43 Years of Investing in Real Estate Companies

About Almanac

Since 1996, Almanac’s primary activity has been making growth capital investments into private and public companies that own and operate real estate in North America. Almanac-managed funds have committed more than $8.3 billion to 56 companies.1

Almanac’s portfolio companies are structured to combine proven management teams within a specific real estate sector together with ownership of focused portfolios of real estate assets and interests. These companies are governed by a board of directors consisting primarily of representatives from the management teams and Almanac, with a focus on protecting and growing shareholder value, generating dividends, setting strategy, allocating capital and working with management to optimize resources.

Almanac Provides for
Our Investors
Alignment of interests with each company’s management team
Input into major strategic, investment and staffing decisions
Transparency into the company’s performance and operations
Almanac Provides for
Management Teams
Access to significant long-term, flexible capital
Ability to efficiently pursue growth plans and pipeline
Deep expertise in corporate and real estate finance, capital markets, systems and organizational development

Matt Kaplan, Managing Partner, Almanac Realty Investors, talks to Greg McKinnon, Director of Research at PREA about the issues involved in investing in real estate operating companies

Our History
Almanac Realty Investors traces its roots back to 1981, when the firm’s predecessor was established as the real estate advisory business of Rothschild North America, in partnership with the Rothschild family.
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