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Our Acquisition Criteria

Specific Niche, Strong Focus

Acquisition Criteria

Our Investment Thesis

We deploy capital thoughtfully to acquire properties that fit our investment criteria in metropolitan markets we know intimately.


Because we focus on one property type and a limited geography, we target only those assets best suited for our capabilities and business model.

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For a confidential discussion regarding the sale of an asset, please contact:

Brett Turner

Senior Managing Director of Acquisitions and Dispositions

P: 949.566.8800


Specific "Broken" Asset

Rebranding & Redevelopment

Opportunity to rebrand and reposition within a competitive subset 

Wrong marketing knowledge, team, or sense of urgency to execute 

Specific Product Niche

Multi-Tenant Light Industrial

100,000 - 250,000 sq. ft.  

1,500 - 15,000 sq. ft. units  

20 - 200 Tenants 

20 - 30% Office / 70 - 80% Warehouse

Specific Size

Middle-Market Focus

Targeting single asset deals between $10 to $25 million & portfolios of assets between $50 to $500 million

Transaction size too large for private investors and too small for larger institutional investors

Specific Geography

Western United States

Target markets include specific metro tier 1 and 2 cities

Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington

Specific Tenant

We Know Our Clients

2-10 Employees 

Short term lease preferences

Expanding business

Subcontractors of large distribution or manufacturing companies

Satellite locations  

Specific Investment Performance

Return Differentiators

Multi-tenant industrial parks outperform 
single-tenant industrial 

One-third of the rent roll expires each year allowing for quick rent increases  

Multi-tenant parks cater to a growing entrepreneurial tenant base. The West Coast is currently absorbing 53% of the nation's venture capital 

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