Source: Capital Square
RICHMOND, VA - Capital Square, a national real estate investor and an active developer of multifamily communities, announced the launch of Capital Square Multifamily Development Fund I, L.P. The fund seeks to raise up to $300 million in equity from institutional investors who will participate in the development of a portfolio of ground-up, multifamily real estate communities located in emerging secondary markets in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions of the United States.
"There is a shortage of quality housing that traces its origin to the Great Real Estate Recession," said Louis Rogers, founder and chief executive officer of Capital Square. "The shortage was exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic that delayed or halted many new developments. To accelerate the development of new Class A institutional-quality multifamily communities, the fund will focus on shovel-ready, ground-up sites. Capital Square is bullish on Class A multifamily investments that generate an unrivaled combination of stable cash flow, appreciation potential and inflation protection. Investors are flocking to the multifamily asset class."
Capital Square Multifamily Development Fund I continues Capital Square's focus on investing in quality multifamily assets that have an opportunity to provide outsized returns to investors. The fund will invest in the limited partner equity portion of the capital stack and will focus on emerging secondary growth markets (e.g., Richmond, Charleston, and Knoxville) that lack institutional capital investment, including Richmond, Virginian, Charleston, South Carolina, and Knoxville, Tennessee.
"The housing crisis in this country has created strengthening fundamentals in our target markets, and multifamily investment continues to provide strong opportunities for compelling risk-adjusted returns for investors and will do so for the foreseeable future," said Whitson Huffman, chief strategy and investment officer.