LM is responsible for all aspects of capital raising, acquisition, leasing, and property management of warehouse-distribution focused industrial properties. LM has acquired more than 2.5 million square feet of industrial real estate.
LM’s expertise comes from many years of institutional experience in real estate debt and equity investment which has included ground-up development, loan underwriting and origination, purchase of subordinate and distressed debt, and management of structured financing products secured by commercial real estate debt.
LM has built and maintained an extraordinary network of brokers and lenders over the years with institutional and local experience. It has strong relationships throughout local and regional commercial real estate communities. This ‘on-the-ground’ philosophy in its target markets gives LM early insight into properties as they become available for sale, often producing proprietary deal flow. The results are opportunities that fit its investment model and allow LM to be selective in how it deploys capital.
LM’s success is closely linked to its direct and transparent investment processes when dealing with investors, partners, and lenders alike.
LM Real Estate Partners is a fully integrated investment and operating platform that includes leasing, property management, and asset management functions that create active value through the full life cycle of each investment. A local presence and a ‘boots on the ground’ investment and management approach has led to dynamic acquisition and leasing opportunities in target markets.
An early mover in the middle market industrial space, LM has generated above-market returns for its investors with a disciplined focus on identifying and acquiring off-market assets with superior regional connectivity and asymmetric risk profiles. LM’s clear investment mandate of capital preservation combined with careful, risk-weighted active management provides certainty for investors seeking to obtain quality industrial exposure.
LM was founded to capitalize on the migration of essential supply chains back to the US and consumer demand shifts towards online and same day delivery. These shifts have created an acute demand for space that is driving strong national absorption trends and upward pressure on rents.