Buchanan Street Partners’ investment strategy is to invest in a broad range of privately negotiated debt and equity investments seeking the most optimal risk-adjusted return throughout the capital structure. Debt and equity investments may include first or participating mortgages, mezzanine debt, B notes, preferred equity and standalone equity ownership. Investments are made primarily in office, industrial, retail, and multi-family properties in the Western U.S. We focus on assets valued between $15MM to $100MM, where Buchanan believes property ownership is more fragmented and where market inefficiencies exist.
As the foundation for this strategy, Buchanan has assembled an experienced group of professionals who have extensive tenure together, a vast network of acquisition/distribution channels, including real estate owners, lenders and financial intermediaries to access varied investment opportunities. The final selection of investments is supported by a rigorous underwriting and comprehensive due diligence process, and collaborative decision making by Buchanan’s investment professionals.
Buchanan is a “hands-on” owner / operator of office, industrial and flex properties in the US West and Southwest. Buchanan’s asset management of its commercial portfolio includes execution of value-add strategies, business plan implementation and active supervision of best-in-class third party leasing and property management teams.
Buchanan Street has extensive experience in all aspects of multifamily acquisitions, land planning, design, development, construction, finance, asset management and dispositions. Buchanan’s investment strategy targets assets located in markets with strong fundamentals within the Western US. Together, we believe our experience and focused investment strategies have provided a history of delivering results and creating value for our investors.
Buchanan Street originates construction and bridge loans for the acquisition, redevelopment, recapitalization or refinance of commercial real estate in primary and secondary Western U.S. markets. The company utilizes its own balance sheet lending capabilities to fund loans that offer flexible lending structures to accommodate varied borrower needs.