Investment Banking & Capital Markets

Extracting the value locked within your real estate portfolio.

Financial strategy as unique as you are.


Whatever incites your shift, your business realities and needs are unlike any other’s. Financing and monetizing your commercial real estate need to be too. We have depth of expertise to align financing to your unique purpose, and not the other way around. All with your business operations and capital health and performance top of mind.

Together, we extract the value that’s currently locked into your real estate portfolio — leased or owned — and unlock it to free up capital. And whatever your plan includes, we also have broad and diverse capital sources at our disposal, from real estate markets and corporate finance markets, including pension funds, life insurance companies, REITs, high-net-worth individuals, and others. No matter how complex your leasing and financing needs are, we can make it happen.

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Asset sales

Our experts show the financial impact – and explore the potential advantages – of selling your asset.

Financing solutions

  • Sale-leaseback financing
  • Build-to-suit or buy-to-suit financing
  • Long-term lease monetization
  • Merger and acquisition financing
  • Ground lease financing

Owner-occupied development

We help you assess the benefits and risks of owning and developing your space.

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