For over 18 years Principal Jeff Reibman has been working in the Seattle area with a focus on residential design of every kind. His projects at Weber Thompson have ranged from custom homes to large condominium, apartment and senior housing projects. In addition to building design, Jeff focuses on project management, firm marketing and operations, including human resources and production standards. 

Throughout his career, he has developed his expertise in creative land use solutions and complex entitlement processes. He is renowned for his ability to balance the needs of his clients, the market, and the environment while staying on schedule and on budget. He is a passionate advocate for senior and low-income housing initiatives, which he channels into volunteer advocacy and public outreach work.

Jeff is licensed in the State of Washington, and is certified by the National Council of Architecture Registration Boards. Outside the office Jeff serves as a board member for Great City, a Seattle think-do tank dedicated to quality urban growth. He is actively involved in Leadership for Great Neighborhoods, an advocacy organization, and holds the development representative seat on Seattle’s Urban Forestry Commission.

Jeff Reibman AIA, NCARB, LEED AP BD+C
Principal
Projects
Education

Bachelor of Architecture
University of Oregon 

Articles

Is dead retail space bringing your building down?
Daily Journal of Commerce
June 23, 2016 

 

Meet the Staff: Jeff Reibman
WT Blog
August 26, 2015

 

A home for all: Supporting affordable housing in King County
WT Blog
May 5, 2015

 

Bring senior housing back to town
Puget Sound Business Journal
July 26, 2009