HighBridge Properties is a real estate investment and development firm based in San Francisco that invests in and also develops multifamily and student housing properties throughout the United States. We also provide advisory services to select clients that encompass all aspects of the real estate investment management process, from acquisition through disposition, for a wide range of property types.
Whether investing for our own account or working on behalf of clients, we strive to create and preserve value at every stage of a property’s life cycle. It’s a strategy that benefits both experienced and first-time investors alike.Over the last three decades, the team at HighBridge Properties has acquired, developed, financed, managed, repositioned, appraised, restructured or sold over $1.5 billion of property assets in markets nationwide.
Having weathered multiple real estate cycles, we approach property investment, development and management with an entrepreneurial mindset and institutional-type discipline that is rooted in a thorough understanding of local market fundamentals, demographic trends and renter preferences.
Our investment focus is on the multifamily property sector, specifically, on rental apartments and off-campus student housing.
Long a favorite of both individual and institutional investors, rental housing has a long-term track record of providing stable income and superior investment performance. It currently is benefiting from strong tenant demand arising from favorable demographics, with the 80-million-strong Millennial generation entering young adulthood and their prime years as apartment residents.
We look to meet that demand by renovating existing apartment communities and building new properties that have the features and amenities most sought by today’s renters.
We closely track demographic and rental housing trends so that we target strong markets and invest in properties that are well-located and appeal to local apartment residents, whether they be college students, individuals/couples in their 20s and 30s, or older renters.