Silverstein Capital Partners

 

 

Silverstein Capital Partners is a real estate lending joint venture providing financing for all major product types in growing urban markets throughout North America. Leveraging over 50 years of real estate experience, we understand the complexities of development, efficiently navigating the capital stack to better position investments for long-term growth. Our history as borrowers and builders makes us a trustworthy source for developers, able to quickly structure deals that exceed the client's needs, and provide efficient capital to sponsors.

Silverstein Capital Partners will focus on office, industrial, residential and retail properties. We will provide senior loans, bridge loans, subordinate loans, and rescue capital to borrowers on shovel-ready ground-up construction, heavy value-add repositioning, land, and inventory loans.  Initially, loans will have a minimum $25 million investment and no maximum financing size. Our intention is to retain a portfolio in keeping with our previous work at Silverstein Properties which includes 3, 4 and 7 World Trade Center, the Four Seasons Downtown at 30 Park Place, One West End at Riverside Place, Silver Towers and River Place multi-family residences, and the Four Seasons at Disney World in Orlando.

Our team leaders, President Michael May—whose 30 years of real estate finance experience has previously originated over 30 billion dollars of commercial real estate loans—and Vice President Jason Kaufman, build upon the extensive development knowledge provided by the team at Silverstein Properties and its CEO Marty Burger. This partnership distinguishes Silverstein Capital Partners as the leading real estate investment company in the country.

 

VISION:

Silverstein Capital Partners strives to participate in the capital stack with a portfolio of premium quality real estate projects with investments of $25M or more. As a trustworthy, quick-acting venture, we work across multiple cities, ensuring future growth while developing a lasting legacy. The genesis of the lending vehicle is a response to the increasing need in the capital markets for sophisticated lenders who both understand the complexities of development and can act quickly to provide efficient capital to sponsors.

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