When investing in existing properties, HighBridge Properties acquires multifamily assets that it can renovate and/or reposition in order to create value and enhance the on-site living experience of property residents.
“A disposition strategy is just as important as a sound investment philosophy. We always check the exits before committing investment capital and resources.”

– Paul Gradeff, Managing Director

Investment Criteria

We begin any acquisition with careful analysis of our investment objectives; then devise an acquisition strategy based around the defined goals.

HighBridge successfully navigates and manages every aspect of the process. We have successfully acquired, managed, and sold more than $1.5 billion in commercial and multi-family real estate assets. Our current investment criteria are outlined below.

Conventional Multifamily Properties

Assets: Well-located garden-style and mid-rise rental apartment properties that may be underperforming due to market-related occupancy problems and/or may require renovating and upgrading to improve market position and asset value.

Markets: Primary and secondary metropolitan areas in the western U.S.

Target Property Size: $2 million to $20 million in asset value.


Off-Campus Student Housing

Assets: Student-oriented housing located within a mile from the academic core.  Acquisitions will include properties that require renovations, new branding, and leasing and management repositioning.

Markets:  College or university towns in the midwest and western U.S. where total enrollments exceed 8,000 students.


Developable Land Opportunities

Target Developments: Conventional multifamily and off-campus student housing.

Markets:  College or university towns throughout the U.S. with school enrollments greater than 10,000 students.

Target Property Size:  Sites that will yield at least 75 units.