James D. Gray
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
James Gray founded Bridgewood Property Company in 2002 and serves as the company’s president. His role encompasses strategic, financial, and marketing operations for the company’s multiple properties. Prior to 2002, Mr. Gray served as president of Cypress Senior Living, Inc., a private Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) which developed and managed senior living communities across the U.S. under the Town Village brand. The brand assets were valued at more than $300 million and included more than 2000 units.
Previously, Mr. Gray served as principal of Cypress Realty, Inc., providing real estate investment and advisory services. He also served as managing director for Trammell Crow Company, where he was responsible for the Industrial Division of the Houston, Texas office. Mr. Gray received his undergraduate degree in Commerce and Accounting from Washington & Lee University and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Texas.
Senior Vice President, New Development Sales & Marketing
Lynn Wallace serves as the Senior Vice President of New Development Sales & Marketing for The Aspenwood Company. She brings a remarkable energy and insight relevant to the senior housing industry, joining the team in 2010. Previously, Lynn held property, regional and executive management positions for some of the most reputable companies in senior housing development and management. Her focus is overseeing sales, marketing, and business development for Bridgewood Property Company communities.
Alex Pichon joined Bridgewood Property Company as Vice President in 2018. His responsibilities include site selection, market research, financial projections and analysis, as well as lender relations. Prior to joining Bridgewood, Alex was a Senior Policy and Markets Analyst for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York where he analyzed foreign central bank investment flows into U.S. Treasury securities and mortgage-backed securities. He earned his Masters of Business Administration from Rice University and his Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.