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Why One Firm is Betting on Core and Build-to-Core Real Estate Investments

Crow Holdings Capital attributes its capital raising success to inclusive investment strategies that produce long-term income and value growth.

Dallas-based Crow Holdings, a national real estate development firm, has built successful partnerships with both investors and locally-based real estate development teams. The firm’s investment management arm Crow Holdings Capital (CHC), in partnership with institutional investors, provides access to capital for projects by Crow Holdings. Focused primarily on multifamily, industrial and office development, the CHC’s build-to-core and core investment strategies aim to provide investors opportunities for long-term income and capital appreciation.

One example of the kind of projects the company develops, Crow Holdings is a recently announced a 45-acre, mixed-used development, The Offices at Southstone Yards in Frisco, Texas, which will include more than one million sq. ft. of office space, including a 235,000-sq.-ft. mass-timber office building.

The project will transform former railyards to commercial uses and includes nine acres of green space to support outdoor amenities, as well as fitness and wellness centers and conference and executive meeting areas. The master-planned development will also include a hotel and 1,000 residential units, including a five-story, 355-unit apartment community by North Carolina-based apartment developer LMC, a division of Lennar Corp.

Coe Juracek, senior managing director of the Investor Coverage Group for CHC, discusses his firm’s investment strategies and development focus.


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