Grubb Properties is pleased to present the following open commercial and multifamily real estate investment opportunities in 2022.
First launched in Q1 2022, this private REIT seeks to invest in commercial and multifamily development assets under the Link Apartments® brand in resilient markets nationwide. By investing recently realized capital gains into a Qualified Opportunity Fund (QOF), an investor is eligible for a deferral of capital gains tax on the previous investment until December 31, 2026, as well as complete exclusion from capital gains tax of the appreciation of the fund investment at realization, following a 10-year holding period. Shovel-ready seed investments, together with our longtime commitment to working with communities, means our QOF offers significant advantages to investors, businesses and neighborhoods.
The COVID-19 pandemic severely damaged the live music ecosystem and eliminated revenue streams, while many operating expenses remained. These deficits are difficult for operators to overcome, and as a result, many are being forced to permanently shutter their businesses as landlords sell the land to the highest bidder. In partnership with Dayna Frank, a concert venue owner in Minneapolis and Board president of the National Independent Venue Association, our Live Venue Recovery Fund works with live venue operators to establish long-term ownership, grow the number of owner-operators, and create a more diverse and sustainable live music ecosystem. The real estate investment fund aims to provide a 6% preferred return with returns capped at 12%. All returns above a 12% internal rate of return will be donated to the National Independent Venue Foundation (NIVF). The National Independent Venue Foundation preserves and nurtures the ecosystem of independent live performance venues and promoters throughout the United States by supporting a transparent, competitive marketplace serving a diverse and inclusive community of artists, fans and industry workers.Learn More
Fund VII will continue our Link Apartments® flagship fund strategy, which has evolved over the past decade.
Opportunistic, closed-ended, asset-specific fund to own and redevelop the historic Glen Lennox property in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The fund will realize the stability of operating assets while targeting long-term growth through the redevelopment of the property in discrete phases under the 20-year Development Agreement.
Opportunistic, closed-ended fund seeking to combine Grubb Properties’ value-add office and multifamily development expertise into a single strategy, leveraging shared parking to achieve above-market returns.
Private REIT formed as a follow-up to the 2019 QOF seeking to invest in multifamily development assets under the Link Apartments® band in resilient markets nationwide through joint ventures.
Private REIT formed as a side-car offering to Fund VI seeking to combine Grubb Properties’ value-add office and multifamily development expertise and deploy it in Qualified Opportunity Zones nationally.
The Grubb Southeast Real Estate Fund V LLC was formed in 2015 to invest directly in value-add commercial office properties as well as in urban-infill apartment development projects under the company’s Link Apartments® brand. The investment period closed in 2017.
The Grubb Southeast Value Add Fund LLC (in which GSMF IV invested for a 10% stake) was formed in 2012 to invest directly in existing value-add multifamily opportunities in high-growth markets in the southeastern U.S. The investment period closed in 2014.
The Grubb Residential Development Fund III LLC was formed in 2011 to invest in opportunistic multifamily and commercial acquisitions as well as select new multifamily development opportunities in high-growth markets in the southeastern U.S. The investment period closed in 2013.
The Grubb Southeast Residential Fund II LLC was formed in 2010 to invest in value-add multifamily properties in high-growth markets in the southeastern U.S. The investment period closed in 2012.
Fund I was formed in 2009 to acquire distressed single-family homes in foreclosure or through bank REO departments and turn these properties around for resale to homebuyers. The investment period closed in 2010.