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Partial Project List

Multi-family, 400 units and Land Pacels, St. Louis

A family office acquired several multi-family assets and development sites in St. Louis. The projects went into default in 2009 and our client was the equity investor and guarantor of the notes. We were able to reduce our client's liability to zero by purchasing the notes at an average discount of 55%, and subsequently stabilizing and disposing of the assets.

Office, 421,000 sf, Washington, DC

The asset was acquired by our client in 2000 and was in default in 2006 when we accepted the assignment. We purchased the note from the lender at a 48% discount, leased the building to a government agency and subsequently sold the building for a net profit to the client of 14x their initial investment.

Office and Data Center, 100,00 sf, Austin

The project failed as a data center and was subsequently placed in default. We were able to negotiate a sale and retire our clients obligations to the lender at a 40% discount.

Office, 1.6mm sf, Detroit

After an anchor tenant vacated the asset, the building went into default. We were able to execute a deed-in-lieu and retire mezzanine debt of $8mm at no cost to our client.

Various Asset Classes, US

We have been retained by a real estate private equity fund to provide asset management services for value-add assets they acquire in primary and secondary US markets.  We manage the integration of the operating partners, advise on industry best practices and execute leasing, management and financing activities in conjunction with the operating partners.

Retail, 380,000 sf, Cincinnati

Grocery anchored power center was acquired through an off-market note purchase that was underwritten and negotiated on behalf of our clients. Center was stabilized in under 12 months and is now positioned at above market occupancy and rates.

Single Family Development, 1,200 acres, Austin

Project was developed as a 1,200 acre master planned residential community that included hotel/conference center and golf course. RPA provided underwriting support and debt restructuring in order to allow client to retain the asset during the housing downturn.

Office/Retail/Industrial Portfolio, 2,200,000 sf, NYC

Managed a 2.2mm sf office portfolio for the Milstein Family and Swig Co. The portfolio consisted of two office towers, a retail asset and a warehouse asset. One of the office towers was restacked and leased to 95% occupancy and the second tower was stabilized by leasing it to a AAA credit tenant. The value of these assets was increased significantly through our efforts. Upon stabilization, the management of the assets was transitioned back to the family offices.