Lambert Development LLC, is a privately-owned real estate development company founded by Henry A. Lambert. The company is known for its experience in developing luxury condominiums, mixed-use retail/loft properties, and commercial properties, and for its expertise in the renovation of historic sites. 

Recent projects include:

The Brannan and The Vega in Durham, NC; Clark Townhomes, and West + Lenoir Townhomes in Raleigh, NC; The Brannan, The Oriental Warehouse, The Lansing, and The Potrero in San Francisco; The Renaissance and Bella Via in San Diego; and Mission Meridian Station in Pasadena. Lambert also renovated The Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat in Cap-Ferrat, France.

Other previous developments include:


275 South Lake Building
Pasadena, California

Eight Penn Center Building
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Union Bank Square Building
Orange, California

Citibank Tower
Tucson, Arizona

First Alabama Bank Building
Birmingham, Alabama

1000 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, California

Bank of America Building
Anaheim, California

United Pacific Insurance Company Building
Federal Way, Washington

Broadway Bank Building
Paterson, New Jersey

CIGNA Healthplan Building
Glendale, California

The Amoco Building
Denver, Colorado

General Casualty Insurance Company Building
Sun Prairie, Wisconsin


Los Angeles Hilton Hotel
Renovation – First Class Hotel – 901 guestrooms
Office Building – 163,000 rentable square feet
Restaurant & parking for 250 cars
Los Angeles, California


Lambert Development finances its projects with a combination of its own equity or mezzanine financing and construction loans.
Henry A. Lambert and a select group of investors provide the required equity.


We’ve worked on a variety of developments that include luxury condominiums, mixed-
use/retail/loft properties and the renovation of historic sites.

Asset Management

Figueroa Realty Management LLC manages a portfolio of triple net leased CVS properties that are owned by a partnership that Henry Lambert is affiliated with. The properties are located in California, Texas and Minnesota.