PANOPLY PROPERTIES IS AN EXPERIENCE BASED REAL ESTATE INVESTOR AND DEVELOPER IN PRIMARY MARKETS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES WITH A PREDOMINANT FOCUS ON THE MIAMI MARKET. CONCENTRATING MAINLY ON HOSPITALITY, RETAIL AND MIXED-USE PROJECTS, PANOPLY AND ITS' PARTNERS ARE FOCUSED ON MAXIMIZING UNIVERSAL VALUE THROUGH UTILIZING ALL ASPECTS OF THE REAL ESTATE PROCESS. WHETHER IT BE PARTNERING WITH TOP DESIGN FIRMS, SECURING DIFFICULT ENTITLEMENTS, EFFECTUATING A CHALLENGING REPOSITIONING, TENANT CURATION, BRAND PARTNERSHIPS OR ART CURATION, WE STRIVE TO CREATE AND ENHANCE VALUE ON ALL LEVELS. RECOGNIZING REAL ESTATE IS FAR MORE THAN BRICKS AND MORTARS AND ECONOMICS, WE SEEK TO POSITIVELY IMPACT ALL THAT EXPERIENCE OUR PROPERTIES AND OUR SURROUNDING NEIGHBORHOODS.
Anthony (Tony) Cummings, the Managing Partner of Panoply Properties, began his real estate career with the Related Companies in New York City. Throughout the course of his nine-year tenure with Related and its affiliates, he gained extensive knowledge of the full spectrum of real estate, including acquisitions, design, financing, construction, development and dispositions. Anthony has served in varying capacities for Related in affordable housing, mixed-use, retail, luxury residential and, ultimately, lodging. Anthony has worked on over $10bn of planned and built projects, spread across all asset classes in New York, Florida, Las Vegas, California, Mexico, Monaco and the Caribbean.
Following his graduation from Columbia’s Masters in Real Estate program in 2006, Anthony focused mainly on hospitality, working on branded hotel and residential projects with One and Only, Mandarin Oriental, Auberge and W Hotels. In 2008, Anthony relocated to Miami Beach on behalf of Related to oversee the development, completion and opening of the highly acclaimed W South Beach and Residences.
In 2010, Anthony, along with his partners at Related and Silverpeak, acquired an interest in Gemstone Hotels and Resorts, a nationally renowned hotel management company. Anthony has also advised Advancit Capital, an early-stage venture fund on potential and current investments in real estate and operated oriented start-ups.
In 2011, Anthony and Brandon Korff started their own real estate platform, Panoply. Their first investment was the acquisituion and redevelopment of the iconic Raleigh Hotel in Miami Beach. Anthony and his partners actively invest in retail, mixed-use and hospitality in primary markets throughout the United States with a specific focus on South Florida and New York City. Anthony is based out of South Florida and spends a majority of his time in Miami.
Anthony is active in the philanthropic world both personally and through the Max and Marjorie Fisher Foundation.
Co-founder of Panoply Properties, Brandon Korff is a Boston-born, bi-coastal Media Executive and Investor. Brandon has expertise in a wide variety of categories including the media, entertainment, tech, and real-estate sectors.
He currently serves as Managing Partner of Panoply Properties as well as a Board Member of National Amusements ("NA"). NA owns the Showcase Cinema and Cinema de Lux chains and is the parent company of both Viacom and CBS, owning assets that include Paramount Pictures, MTV Networks, Nickelodeon, Showtime, among others.
In 2006, after graduating from George Washington University, Brandon served as Director of New Media for multi-platinum recording artist Eminem's Shady Records.
Brandon moved to Boston in 2008, where he served as Director of Corporate Development at National Amusements. He launched Showcase Live, a supper club/music venue located at Patriot Place, home of the New England Patriots. Brandon was involved during the construction phase and dealt with build-out, budgeting, marketing and community relations.
Several years later, this role led to an opportunity at MTV Networks. Brandon served as Director of Music and Artist Development, where he expanded their music content acquisitions business. This led to cost savings, new revenue streams, and innovation within the Music Department. He also created a Music Library which brought worldwide visibility to the artists involved.
In 2011, he produced a critically acclaimed documentary that explored the electronic dance music scene called "The Electric Daisy Carnival Experience." Brandon previously advised Advancit Capital, an early stage investment company where he is currently an investor.
Panoply’s first project was the purchase and redevelopment of the historic Raleigh Hotel in Miami. The Raleigh transaction was one of the more notable real estate deals in South Florida when the team purchased and later resold the property to fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger in early 2014. In recent years, Brandon and his partners have amassed a significant portfolio in the Miami Market, specifically Wynwood, the thriving arts district of Miami, as well as the Design District, Midtown, and South Beach.
Brandon and his siblings have continued their family's long standing philanthropic tradition and, in 2005, formed the KBT Foundation.