Cambridge Realty Partners applies institutional expertise to local real estate decision-making.
Cambridge Realty Partners is a private real estate investment firm that specializes in acquiring, improving, developing, and managing commercial real estate. Cambridge targets value-add properties located in markets with stable demand drivers.
Since its founding in 1978, Cambridge has consistently delivered superior risk-adjusted returns to its investors. Cambridge’s strategy has, at various times, focused on office, industrial, and multifamily properties. Each of these periods has shared three primary guiding principles:
Acquire existing properties at a discount to replacement cost, or develop ground-up into undersupplied markets.
Apply aggressive asset management in optimizing both physical and operational issues.
Stabilize and sell, returning capital to our investors.
- Value-add deals available at a discount to replacement cost
- Ground-up development
Secondary markets across the United States
Up to $100 million
Since 1978, Cambridge has acquired or developed over 8 million square feet of commercial real estate, in dozens of properties, across the United States and Mexico.
Start of investment in recovering Northeast markets, focusing on office properties with increasing tenant demand and below replacement cost pricing.
Sale of Northeast investments at the height of the region’s economic and real estate cycle.
Start of investment in Texas’ severely-depressed energy-based economy, burdened with over-supply of office real estate.
Start of investment in Mexico after the passage of NAFTA, as one of the first North American developers to enter the country.
Sale of Texas investments at the height of the region’s boom.
Sale of Mexico investments to North American institutions at significantly compressed capitalization rates.
Start of multifamily investment funds, with a focus on student housing and workforce housing.