Lubert-Adler, in joint venture with L+L Holding Company, renovated and re-leased a 350,000 square foot office building in the historic Flatiron District of New York City.
Lubert-Adler, in joint venture with Strategic Partners, targets well-located, first-generation atrium Embassy Suites Hotels that can be redeveloped at a favorable cost basis.
Lubert-Adler, in joint venture with New England Development, redeveloped a formerly failed mall into a pre-leased outlet mall with an adjacent pre-leased grocery anchored power center.
Lubert-Adler, in joint venture with Candlebrook Properties, is upgrading and repositioning a neglected multifamily asset near the premier regional shopping mall in King of Prussia, PA.
Lubert Adler, in joint venture with PMC Property Group, is executing an urban adaptive re-use strategy by transforming Philadelphia's Marketplace Design Center into a highly amenitized waterfront property that will include the new Aramark headquarters.
Lubert-Adler has raised over $8 billion of capital and invested in over $18 billion of real estate assets. More than 20 real estate professionals are experienced in underwriting, acquiring, repositioning, refinancing & selling real estate assets.
Lubert-Adler focuses on acquiring and enhancing mid-size, value-add rental assets including multifamily, credit retail, urban mixed use and business hospitality assets.
Lubert-Adler utilizes a combination of opportunistic acquisition philosophies and value enhancement programs designed to create high quality real estate assets at favorable cost bases.
Lubert-Adler seeks to reduce portfolio risk by diversifying its group of investments across a broad range of property types and select geographic areas.
Lubert-Adler has established an extensive Operating Partner network which provides significant transaction flow, due diligence, development and redevelopment capabilities and execution expertise.
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