Harborside Partners is a private equity, real estate investment firm, focused on identifying and acquiring well located, value-add, multifamily and commercial properties through syndication of equity and limited partnerships. Subsequent to acquisition, value-creating strategies are implemented; providing consistent cash flow, equity upside and strong downside protection for our investment partners.

This is accomplished by collaborating with an experienced team of; property managers, commercial brokers, tax advisors, lawyers, insurance agents, inspectors, builders, and developers. We believe our combination of; property identification expertise, financial acumen, management ability, and capital support, produce superior, long-term value for all of our partners.

Our Approach

• Institutional Quality Properties
• Competent Management Team
• Thorough Due Diligence
• Forced Appreciation

Our Team

Managed by a team of professionals that are experienced in; acquiring, repositioning and managing multifamily and commercial properties through cyclical market conditions.

Our Mission

Determined on delivering consistent returns and capital preservation; separate of market conditions, through a culture of transparency, teamwork and partnership with investors.

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3 Design Strategies for Multifamily Investors

After purchasing an older property, new owners usually look for ways to make the units and common spaces more livable and more attractive. Here are three ideas from Horizon Realty Group’s Jeff Michael. Whether you invest in, develop or manage residential buildings, you’re always trying to make the most of your budget and invest wisely […]

Southern and Midwestern Towns Are Already Seeing a Manufacturing Renaissance. A New Maritime Regulation May Create a Nationwide Manufacturing Boom

With an expected increase in the cost of fuels used by ocean carriers, many manufacturing plants might move from Asia to the United States. Manufacturing is once again a growing U.S. industry, especially in Southern “right-to-work” states, which tend to have lower wages than unionized states, and Midwestern cities with an abundance of highly skilled […]

Co-Living Trend Gets Interest and Money from Investors

As co-living properties prove successful in gateway markets, they are attracting more investor money. Investors are showing a growing appetite for co-living start-ups, though multifamily sector experts doubt the co-living trend will disrupt the housing sector. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been invested in co-living start-ups in the last 18 months, according to Jeffrey […]

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