We grew up around the real estate development business. Conceiving, developing and managing successful property ventures is in our DNA. With projects in Portland, San Francisco and across the Peninsula, Prince Street achieves long-term growth through stability — creating projects appreciated by communities and investors alike.
Every successful real estate development is the product of a carefully calibrated mix of relationships. We put thought into who we work with.
We're committed to implementing outstanding designs that align with the divergent needs. We also recognize government planners as invaluable assets in helping projects realize their true potential.
Nationally known architects, skilled builders, knowledgeable consultants are the experts we seek to work with to achieve thoughtful success.
We've also built a private network of investment partners who are dedicated, like-minded, and experienced in creating successful real estate platforms.
Chase Rapp combines innovative thinking with a pragmatic touch to produce realistic blueprints and bona fide results. Growing up around construction and development sites inspired the Palo Alto native’s passion for real estate, architecture, and Class A commercial development. Earning a B.S. in Real Estate Development from NYU Shack Institute of Real Estate while working as a full-time licensed broker for Tungsten Properties in Manhattan solidified his expertise. After finishing up his time at NYU and Tungsten Properties, Chase headed back out west to work for the family business, Rapp Development, L.P. & Rapp Holdings, LLC. During his 3 years there, Chase was a project manager for 1706 El Camino Real (Menlo Park), and more recently, 261 Hamilton Ave (Palo Alto). When Chase isn’t executing highly successful development projects, his commitment to the Bay Area includes influential roles with the Boys and Girls Club, the Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo, and both the Urban Land Institute and NAIOP (Bay Area Chapter). He also holds a certificate in Family Wealth Management from Columbia Business School. He currently resides in San Francisco, CA.
Another native of the Bay Area, Brady Fuerst established his passion for the real estate development business and local community early on. Prior to receiving his Master’s in Real Estate Development from NYU, Brady earned a Certificate in General Management from Stanford University. He was also a two-time All-Conference baseball player at Santa Clara University where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree. After graduating, Brady decided to focus on local commercial investments working as an analyst at Rapp Development in Palo Alto, where he was involved in a variety of projects, including 278 University Avenue (Palo Alto), 64 Willow Road (Menlo Park), and 250 Middlefield Road (Menlo Park). After Rapp Development, he went on to serve as a Sr. Director of Real Estate at Fuerst Group, a holding company for various retail and manufacturing brands. Brady is a member of the Stanford Professionals in Real Estate (SPIRE) and Urban Land Institute (ULI). He also holds a certificate in Family Wealth Management from Columbia Business School. He currently resides in Menlo Park, CA.