Alvin J. Wolff Sr. founded The Alvin J. Wolff Company in 1949 with a $1,500 loan from his brother. He quickly rose to the top of the residential brokerage market in the Spokane Valley and then launched the Company’s development activity, which continues today.
Alvin J. Wolff Sr. served as Washington Real Estate Commissioner, and as a member of the Executive Committee of National Association of Realtors. He met annually with Presidents Nixon, Ford, Carter and Reagan to consult on domestic housing policy.
Alvin J. ‘Fritz’ Wolff Jr. takes over the business and focuses the firm’s efforts on the multifamily sector.
Wolff invests in its 1,000th multifamily unit with the development of Cedar Village Apartments, in Spokane, Washington.
After achieving personal successes in related fields, Alvin J. Wolff Jr.’s four sons brought their individual expertise back to the family business in the late nineties. Tim, Peter, Jesse and Fritz H. Wolff join the firm.
Wolff invests in its 5,000th multifamily unit with the acquisition of Trails Apartments, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Wolff invests in its 10,000th multifamily unit with its acquisition of Kimberly Place Apartments in Monterey, California.
Alvin J. Wolff Jr. assumes the role of non-executive Chairman and Fritz H. Wolff is named CEO of The Wolff Company. Four new partners are admitted to the firm.
Wolff Real Estate Partners, L.P., closes in July 2010.
Wolff Income Partners, L.P., launches in December of 2012
Wolff invests in its 15,000th multifamily unit with its development of Sunset Electric Apartments in Seattle, Washington.
Wolff Real Estate Partners II, L.P., closes in July 2013.
Wolff invests in its 20,000th multifamily unit, with its purchase of The Oasis Portfolio in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Wolff launches Wolff Credit Partners, L.P., in January of 2014.
Wolff invests in its 25,000th multifamily unit, with its development of Elevate in Centennial, Colorado.
Wolff Real Estate Partners III, L.P., closes in August of 2015.
Wolff invests in its 30,000th multifamily unit, with its purchase of Portera at the Grove in Wilsonville, OR.
Fritz H. Wolff assumes the role of Executive Chairman and Jay Petkunas is named CEO of The Wolff Company.
Wolff Credit Partners II closes in June of 2017.
Wolff closed its Kandle fund in June of 2019.
Wolff invests in its 50,000th multifamily unit.
Wolff Credit Partners III closes in September of 2021.
Craig joins Jay Petkunas and Jesse Wolff as Wolff’s third Managing Partner focused on investment management, joint ventures, and preferred equity investments.