BridgePoint Ventures is a leading real estate investment firm that provides equity and mezzanine funding to mid-sized developers in Europe and the United States, with a current focus on the United Kingdom.
BridgePoint Ventures is a leading real estate investment firm that provides equity and mezzanine funding to mid-sized developers in Europe and the United States, with a current focus on the United Kingdom. Although BridgePoint Ventures' core focus is hotel development, we have provided equity for residential projects (multi-unit), student housing, marinas, mixed-use and car park developments throughout Europe and North America. We have the know-how and the relationships to make a real-estate project bankable, buildable and profitable. By applying time-tested strategies, extensive asset management experience and leverage in negotiations by means of established professional relationships, BridgePoint Ventures specialises in making difficult projects bankable, ensuring they are built under budget and exited at a profit. We work with developers and lending institutions to purchase development sites and portfolios to create innovative solutions that are designed to meet their needs. Through a methodical evaluation and/or consultative process, we are able to customise a solution that is designed to provide liquidity for our partners when needed, in a market environment where liquidity is difficult to obtain.
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Since inception, we have managed over £500,000,000 in real estate globally. Through a proprietary funding method, we have provided equity to over 55 projects worldwide including the Mandarin Oriental, Chicago, the Flaxby Golf & Country Club, North Yorkshire, Holiday inn, London Docklands and Enterprise House, Leicester, as well as managing over 200 distressed assets in over 22 US states. We executed our first transaction in Las Vegas, Nevada in May 2005 and acquired our first portfolio of distressed assets from GMAC Rescap in April 2008 at an 82% discount
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