Over the last 40 years, the Smiths have developed over two million square feet of office, R&D and mixed-use space and currently own and ground lease more than one and a half million square feet throughout Silicon Valley.
Boyd Smith started his career in commercial real estate in 2000 when he co-founded Peninsula Land & Capital – a Bay Area commercial real estate investment firm. After receiving his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business, Boyd began working at Cushman & Wakefield where he served as a Managing Director. In 2007, Boyd began developing mixed-use and Class A office buildings on the Peninsula. Boyd is on the Board of Directors of Beechwood School in Menlo Park. Boyd resides in Los Altos with his wife and five children.
Lund Smith started his career as an analyst in private wealth management at JPMorgan Private Bank in 2004 after receiving his BA in Economics from Stanford University. Following his Master’s Degree in Real Estate Development from USC in 2009, Lund moved back to the Bay Area to work in the family business, WSJ Properties, as an Asset Manager and Chief Operations Officer. In addition to continuing in his roles at WSJ Properties, Lund has been developing mixed-use and Class A office buildings. He is fluent in Mandarin Chinese, sits on the North Ventura Plan Committee for the City of Palo Alto, is on the Board of Directors of Beechwood School in Menlo Park, and is an active member of the Cupertino Rotary. Lund resides in Los Altos with his wife and three children.