Wall Street Capital Partners (WSCP) was founded to satisfy the demand for more green space in our urban and suburban areas while providing attractive investor value using tax midigation strategies. Our model allows for investors to participate in urban development at a reduced basis, reduce their tax liability and provide good will for the community by adding green space to these areas.
Kirk A. Sykes
Joel A. Miller
Joel Miller is responsible for the intrinsic planning of site development for the execution of conservation strategies. He formerly served as head Private Equity Fund management and investor relations as it relates to Real Estate tax mitigation strategies for Cambridge Capital Partners, a boutique international investment bank focused on tax mitigation, capital markets, conservation easement strategies, and management advisory services. Cambridge was built on a platform of delivering tax efficiency with global business solutions. Cambridge’s clients include numerous banks, investors, and Fortune 500 companies throughout the Americas and Europe. Mr. Miller also serves as Managing Principal of Wall Street Capital Advisors, LLC an investment bank which specializes in sourcing and arranging debt and equity for acquisitions and recapitalization of Commercial Real Estate. He currently provides investment-banking services for the placement of $7 Billion from a select group of private equity funds.
Mr. Miller began his career in New York City at U.S. Trust Co., a private investment bank which caters to high net income clients. After strengthening his acumen under some of Wall Street’s most influential financial strategists, Mr. Miller moved to Atlanta, where he founded what would become Wall Street Capital Funding, Inc. At 28, he became one of the youngest CEO mortgage bankers in the history of the United States. The firm was ranked as one of the Top 10 Most Dependable Mortgage Companies in the Southeast.
Mr. Miller has extensive experience in the Real Estate finance industry as an investor, developer, public speaker, writer, author and columnist. He has made numerous appearances on CNBC, even to debate GDP and the Economy. Mr. Miller has served as marketing and strategic adviser to one of the nation's top ten wholesale mortgage banks and has served as a consultant on financial institution mergers. He has served as an adjunct Professor of Economics at the CSU- Mgmt. School of Business. In late 2008, he received the privilege of being a secondary adviser to President Barack Obama's Transition Team on the topics of housing & the economy. The Atlanta Business Journal named Mr. Miller one of the Top Forty under Forty. He was also the host and producer of the "Mortgage Minute" and "The Joel Miller Show" on Business Radio 1160AM The CFO. In 2009, he was appointed Chairman - Investment Committee of GRACE Real Estate Private Equity Fund.
Kirk Sykes is responsible for supervision of the partnership equity placement, the identification of potential and actual investments and developments, and management of the day-to-day business operations.
Mr. Sykes combines his professional training and hands-on experience in the areas of development, design and construction to create customized responses to the complex issues of urban real estate development. His approach is grounded in the bottom-line driven perspective gained during his tenure as a member of Bank Boston's & Fleet Banks First Community Bank Advisory Board and various other for-profit and non-profit board affiliations. His combination of business and community-based experience allow him to bridge the competing concerns that sometimes block urban projects from moving forward. His specialty is the creation of urban mixed-use developments.
Mr. Sykes is Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston., Vice Chairman of Real Estate Executive Council, Co Chair of the Urban Land Institute Responsible Property Investment Council and a member of ULI’s N.E. Executive Committee. Mr. Sykes is on the advisory boards for Northeastern University’s School of Urban and Public Policy and The Rappaport Institute of Public Policy at Suffolk School of Law and the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City. Mr. Sykes is also Commissioner on the City of Boston’s Civic Design Commission.
Mr. Sykes attended the Harvard University Business School, Owner and Presidents Management Program, the MIT Center for Real Estate Development, Commercial Development Executive Program and the L'Ecole Polytechnique in Paris, France. He earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University.