Investments

Redfearn Capital’s portfolio consists of 150+ active tenants and over $350 million of assets under management. Tenants include: ABC Building Supply, Plantronics Inc, UPS, Builders FirstSource, Sherwin Williams, Trane Inc and many other local and national tenants. 

Redfearn Capital intends to grow its portfolio in certain locations in the Southeast United States and Colorado by targeting opportunistic real estate investments with a focus on industrial, flex warehouse, medical office, and office. The targeted transaction size is between $5 million and $50 million.

Real Estate Investments

High Ridge Industrial

High Ridge Industrial consists of one single story Class B industrial building totaling 73,250 square feet situated on 4.5 acres. This Property is well located

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400 Enterprise Drive

Redfearn Capital Acquires 321,000-Sq.-Ft. Industrial Building in Florida for $26.3 million DELRAY BEACH, FL -November 21, 2019- – Redfearn Capital LLC (www.redfearncapital.com) with a joint

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8620 LTC Parkway

Property: 8620 LTC Parkway, Port St Lucie, Florida LTC Parkway consists of one single story Class A industrial building totaling 67,590 sf situated on over

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7555 Garden Rd

Property: 7555 Garden Rd, Riviera Beach, FL –  Located at 7555 Garden Rd, the Property consists of three single story Class B industrial buildings totaling

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Village at Castle Pines

Village at Castle Pines (VACP) is a neighborhood mixed-use property located in the prestigious Castle Pines neighborhood. The asset is 108,588 square feet of retail

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PrimeCenter at Northridge

PrimeCenter at Northridge consists of two, single-story Class A office buildings totaling 124,945 square feet situated on a 12.72-acre lot. The Property is located approximately

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Previously Owned Investments

City Walk

City Walk is a 16,672 square feet commercial strip center comprised of 14 commercial ground floor units in the Pineapple Grove District of downtown Delray Beach.

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