The country’s leading multi-affluent investment company Constitution Capital Partners announced the establishment of the Constitution Capital Real Estate Partners. The organization will be managed by Hugh J. Ward III.

Also, the new organization will be a strong six-person office team. The team’s value-added strategy will focus on identifying insufficient and incomplete assets. The team will try to create value by improving management through strategic capital improvements, increasing rental.


The target of the newly established Constitution Capital Real Estate Partners will be asset classes, Class B apartments, labor estates, A office buildings, e-commerce industrial properties.

“As a firm that is constantly seeking ways to improve and enhance performance for both our portfolio and our investors, we believe the addition of the Real Estate team will be another method to create further value,” said Daniel M. Cahill, a Managing Partner at Constitution Capital Partners.

He added “We have closely followed the real estate sector for a long period of time and feel that we now have the right investment team to enter this attractive and evolving marketplace. Having known and worked closely with Hugh dating back more than 30 years to our time as members of the corporate audit staff at General Electric Company, I have had the pleasure of following his career closely and trust that his experience, track record and most importantly, leadership, will transition well into our firm.”

“We believe the addition of the Real Estate team builds upon our existing platform and complements the investment opportunities in our business units,” said John J. Guinee, a Managing Partner at Constitution Capital Partners.

He told “Importantly, we are confident that this talented team of investment professionals, all of whom bring significant expertise and quality of character, share our commitment to our value-add and analytical investment approach. We are thrilled to welcome them to Constitution Capital and look forward to their contributions.”

Source: businesswire

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