Structured Investments

Federal Capital Partners® provides flexible capital for real estate owners, investors and developers throughout the East Coast through various structures including preferred equity, mezzanine, b-notes, second deeds of trust and stretch-senior financing. The structured debt capital can be utilized for acquisitions, development, recapitalizations, joint ventures, refinancing and loan repayments. Transaction types include core-plus, value-add, development and opportunistic investments within multiple product types; from multifamily, office, retail, for-sale residential and student housing to self-storage, industrial and manufactured housing.

FCP focuses on sponsorship, real estate fundamentals and building relationships well beyond a single transaction. Since 2009, FCP has provided $190 million of structured debt investments in both residential and commercial sectors.

The firm’s experience as an owner and operator of real estate differentiates us from other structured capital providers and makes us a valued capital source for owners, investors, developers and senior lenders. The financing process is purposefully streamlined due to FCP’s geographic focus and local knowledge, rapid investment decision process, and a depth of investment experience in all aspects of the real estate value chain.

Recent structured debt investments include:

  • $22 million second deed of trust for condominium development
  • $20 million mezzanine loan for apartment development
  • $18 million preferred equity for office recapitalization and re-leasing
  • $13 million mezzanine loan for the acquisition of an historic office redevelopment
  • $10 million mezzanine loan for student housing development
  • $10 million mezzanine loan for apartment development
  • $7.5 million mezzanine loan for office to residential conversion
  • $7 million preferred equity investment for apartment development
  • $5.5 million mezzanine loan for apartment development
  • $4 million preferred equity for stabilized multifamily recapitalization to create liquidity