CrossHarbor invests in single property transactions, multiple property portfolios, and real estate-related operating companies. The firm acquires and operates properties for its own account and actively invests in transactions with joint venture operating partners and third party borrowers.
All major commercial real estate asset classes located throughout the United States are eligible for investment consideration including office, warehouse/industrial, retail, apartments, hotel/resort, land, for-sale residential, and mixed-use properties.
The common themes that underscore CrossHarbor’s value-oriented investment strategy are illustrated below.
Compelling Event-Driven Strategies
- Off-market transactions
- Mispriced or out-of-favor credit
- Structured finance applications
- Rapid funding requirements
- Temporary market dislocations
- Illiquid conditions
- Corporate dispositions
- Complex tax, ownership or capital structures
- Vacancy issues
- Below market rents
- Bloated operating expenses
- Capital deficiencies
- Reputational issues
- Poor management
- New development
- Renovation, redevelopment
- Conversion, adaptive reuse
- Consolidation synergies
- Environmental remediation
- Workout scenarios including bankruptcy, foreclosure or recapitalization