Our Team

Michael Guilbert
Robert Bryenton
Tyler Arrington
Kristin Guilbert
David Newman
Michael Guilbert

Michael Guilbert

Mr. Guilbert is the Founder and Managing Partner of Park Street Capital Partners. Prior to Park Street Capital Partners, Mr. Guilbert, as both an investment analyst and project manager, was instrumental in the acquisition, construction and development of well over $200,000,000 worth of single and multifamily assets for both Fortune 500 and privately held firms.

Mr. Guilbert was born and raised in Manchester, New Hampshire. Prior to his real estate career, he was a 6th draft pick of the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League. He obtained a Masters in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance, as well as a Masters in Real Estate and Construction Management, with a concentration in Commercial Real Estate Investment Analysis from the University of Denver’s Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management. He is also a candidate for the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation, which is an elite distinction held by only 6% of real estate professionals, and recognizes one as an expert in commercial investment real estate.

Mr. Guilbert is a member of the San Diego Nice Guys, a philanthropic organization that, since 1979, has been helping San Diego families and individuals who, through no fault of their own, have fallen on tough times, allowing them to get back on their feet and self-sufficient once again.

Robert Bryenton

Robert Bryenton

Mr. Bryenton is a joint venture partner of Park Street Capital Partners. He is the Founder and Director of US Real Estate Ventures LLC, and has over 20 years of multifamily investment experience. With a career that encompasses owning and managing roughly 5,000 apartment units nationwide, Mr. Bryenton has consistently produced double-digit returns for investor clients.

Mr. Bryenton was born and raised in Laconia, New Hampshire where he developed his passion for skiing and fishing. He obtained a B.S. in Marketing and a concentration in Commercial Real Estate Investment & Development from Plymouth State College. Mr. Bryenton is a past board member and Chairman of the Board for Western North Carolina’s Big Brothers Big Sisters, as well as a past board member and numerous committee chair positions of the Carolina Real Estate Investment Association (CREIA).

Tyler Arrington

Tyler Arrington

Mr. Arrington is a Finance & Valuation Advisor to Park Street Capital Partners providing expertise in all aspects if underwriting, financing, due diligence, joint venture structuring, asset management, and dispositions.

Mr. Arrington is currently a Sr. Associate at Staubach Capital, a Dallas based real estate development and investment firm. Prior to Staubach Capital, Mr. Arrington spent almost 5 years at Hillwood Properties, a Perot Company, where he led their underwriting and financing efforts of speculative and build-to-suit developments, acquisitions, and joint venture opportunities across virtually all product types (land, industrial, office, retail, mixed-use, data center, multifamily, and hotel). During his tenure there, Mr. Arrington played an integral role on a variety of closed transactions including developments, acquisitions, refinances, and dispositions, valued at over $1.5 billion. Before joining Hillwood, Mr. Arrington spent 1 year as a Financial Analyst at Colliers International in Los Angeles, CA, on a brokerage team that focused on multifamily acquisitions and dispositions.

Growing up the oldest of five in a military family, Mr. Arrington lived in Texas, Georgia, and Washington state before moving to Southern California to attend college. There he earned a BS in Business Administration and a MBA in Finance from Pepperdine University. Mr. Arrington also graduated from Harvard Business School’s Real Estate Management Program, which is a one-week intensive course. He currently resides in Dallas and enjoys spending time with family and friends, wakeboarding, golfing, working out, and traveling.

Kristin Guilbert

Kristin Guilbert

Ms. Guilbert’s involvement in all aspects of Park Street Capital Partners transactions includes drafting and negotiating acquisition documents and related agreements, including financing.

Ms. Guilbert’s practice focuses primarily on advising companies and entrepreneurs in all aspects of their businesses. Her focus is commercial real estate (acquisitions, dispositions, and leasing) and business matters. As a former partner in a well-regarded firm in Boston, Massachusetts, and in her current practice in San Diego, California, Kristin has been involved in transactions and matters involving hundreds of millions of dollars.

Ms. Guilbert is a member of the State Bar Associations for California and Massachusetts, the San Diego County Bar Association, California Women Lawyers and the Lawyers Club of San Diego. She has lectured and authored articles and program materials for various associations. Kristin enjoys charity work and is a recipient of The Denis Maguire Pro Bono Award from the Volunteer Lawyers Project (VLP) of the Boston Bar Association for her representation of VLP clients. While in Boston, she was also recognized as a rising legal star four years in a row by Massachusetts Super Lawyers.

David Newman

David Newman

Mr. Newman is a joint venture partner of Park Street Capital Partners. A classmate of Mr. Guilbert at the University of Denver, Mr. Newman is the Founder and Managing Partner of Coastal Capital. Prior to Coastal Capital, Mr. Newman spent nearly a decade building Empire Cornerstone, where he led the acquisition, repositioning, and management of a portfolio of Brooklyn, NY, mixed-use and multi-family residential properties, generating very strong investor returns. Previously, he worked as a real estate consultant at Weitzman USA, specializing in market and financial analyses for teams seeking to acquire development properties.

Mr. Newman holds a B.S. in Finance and a B.A. in Real Estate from the University of Denver, and an M.B.A with a dual focus in Finance and Construction Management from the University of Denver’s Daniels School of Business and Burns School of Real Estate and Construction Management. He has lectured on real estate and finance at Yale University, and recruits M.B.A. candidates for the University of Denver. He currently serves as Treasurer of the Ocean Medicine Foundation.