The firm sees value in serving the core demands of communities.
The firm’s first investment vehicle following its acquisition by Morgan Stanley IM targets transitional amid market dislocation.
New York manager targeting more multifamily, select office opportunities in South Florida.
The Los Angeles-based duo originate fixed- and floating-rate loans of up to $100m on value-added properties.
Torose Capital targets value-added office, retail and mixed-use following firm launch.
The alternative credit manager's head of real estate says the current market is ‘almost uninvestable’ amid rate hikes, debt cost increases.
The value-add investor is targeting more rehab projects for potential acquisitions.
The manager sees the current capital markets disruption as an opportunity to hone in on increased borrower demand in markets with good relative value.
The manager has been building its presence in the South Florida submarket.
The Charlotte-based manager is seeing banks and other traditional lenders hesitate amid volatility, but it is confident in its ability to line up debt.