Experience with Success
Our substantial experience allows our management team to analyze acquisitions from all relevant perspectives, including:
We understand that traditional concepts and solutions typically used over the last five, ten or fifteen years may not be optimal today. We seek to find the proper and, sometimes, creative solutions to help corporations dispose of their excess real estate, whether structuring a sale-leaseback transaction for an operating facility or acquiring a former, single-tenant industrial facility in need of revitalization.
We are adept at identifying underlying themes and nuances that cause changes in the micro and macro marketplaces that drive accelerated value creation. We can identify and evaluate inefficient markets and property types, as well assess risk profiles where the market has mispriced the tenant credit risk or fundamentals of the underlying real estate.
We understand all forms, whether (1) corporate distress due to the closure of a manufacturing plant, loss of jobs and damage to a corporate brand in the host community; (2) environmental distress due to historical contamination of a manufacturing site; or (3) property distress due to deferred capital projects and maintenance which are generally complicated to evaluate and costly to undertake.
Looking forward, Phoenix will continue applying its disciplined investment strategy to commercial real estate opportunities while implementing new technologies and adding resources.
Opportunity. Execution. Value Creation. Phoenix Investors.
Identifying repeatable opportunities is challenging in today’s environment where news and information are easily transmitted across the
Our goal is to find opportunities with the proper risk/reward metrics that allow us to acquire lower risk assets efficiently and to apply our experience and real estate fundamentals to maximize their future potential.
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