Since the early 1990s, we have executed more than $17.7 billion1 of real estate transactions through hundreds of separate closings. The reason for this success? Our competitive advantages drive innovative solutions for our investors.
More than 25 years ago, three real estate professionals joined forces to create a different type of real estate investment firm – one that would leverage their passion for developing and investing in real estate with the rigorous due diligence found at Wall Street firms.
They began building a firm that combined the benefits of an institutional infrastructure typical of a larger firm with a unique spirit of entrepreneurship and creativity that put them in the center of every aspect of each real estate transaction.
During the last three decades, hundreds of extraordinarily talented professionals have joined the firm, each of whom share a common belief that being close to real estate transactions is the best way to deliver strong returns to investors.
Today, Black Creek’s success is evident in the portfolio of impressive properties we’ve built from the ground up, the strong relationships we’ve forged with real estate professionals and investors around the world, and the returns we’ve delivered to our investors.
There are firms that invest billions in real estate portfolios whose executives may never see a single building in which they invest. That’s not who we are.
Our investment professionals are on the ground in the key markets in which we invest. We’re examining buildings we own and working every aspect of every real estate transaction in order to maximize every dollar that we invest. We believe it’s the right way to invest in real estate.
At Black Creek, we’re deeply invested in real estate.
1 As of September 30, 2017. $17.7B in historic development and acquisition volume represents the total cost of real estate projects and loans secured by real estate acquired and / or developed by Black Creek Group, it’s affiliates and its direct and indirect owners, including John Blumberg, James Mulvihill and Evan Zucker, from inception through September 30, 2017.
2 Source: Real Capital Analytics. Industrial real estate acquisition volume based on dollars.