Meet Brett Mufson

Fontainbleau Development Gibseon Avenue Capital

Meet Brett Mufson

Board Member & Head of Investment Committee

Brett Mufson brings over fifteen years of real estate acquisitions and development experience to Pioneer Communities. Brett is President and Partner of Fontainebleau Development where he is responsible for overseeing all aspects of Fontainebleau Development’s investment strategy, financings, operations and development projects. In line with Fontainebleau’s mission to create dynamic, multi-faceted spaces that connect people and enrich their communities, Brett is committed to developing customer-centric growth strategies to enhance the performance of individual assets and drive business line expansion.

Prior to holding this position, Brett was the Head of Acquisitions and Capital Markets for Witkoff, a private real estate and development company headquartered in New York City with offices in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and Miami. Brett successfully led more than $7B in development and real property transactions in the hospitality, residential, multifamily, and office sectors throughout the nation. Brett started his career at Bear Stearns in their mortgage structured products group focusing on highly complex conduit originations and real estate financings. After Bear, Brett joined LoanCore Capital, a $1.5B commercial real estate debt fund, where he was responsible for originating, structuring, and underwriting commercial real estate loans across all asset classes.

A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Brett is actively involved in many real estate, art, and charitable organizations, including the Whitney Museum, Mount Sinai Hospital, and the New York Private Equity Network (NYPEN). In addition to serving as Head of Investment Committee and Board Member at Pioneer Communities, Brett also sits on the board of Current Real Estate Advisors, a cutting-edge real estate leasing and marketing firm.

Brett lives in Miami, FL with his wife, Alexa, and his two sons, Cy and Dean Ray.


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