Trailbreak Partners is an investor in predominately off market value add commercial properties and a developer of urban mixed use real estate in Colorado. Our principals have unique expertise in successfully managing the complexities of urban development including entitlements, environmental issues, infrastructure, and public finance.
Real Estate Development:
Trailbreak Partners seeks opportunities to utilize its experience in master development to oversee the planning and execution of compelling urban redevelopment projects. We work directly with public and private property owners to create new visions of our community and conduct the feasibility studies necessary to bring those visions to reality. We bring resources in planning, development, finance and public-private partnerships to create a detailed redevelopment plan to facilitate and implement projects.
Income Producing Real Estate:
Trailbreak Partners seeks to purchase income producing real estate across multiple asset classes. We seek out industrial, warehouse, retail, and mixed use properties where value can be added through resolution of the current capital structure, completing physical improvements, leasing existing vacancy and redeveloping/expanding existing properties.
Brownfield Real Estate:
Trailbreak Partners seeks to purchase environmentally distressed “brownfield” real estate. We have unrivaled experience in managing the regulatory and clean-up process and coordinating real estate development, demolition, and remediation to isolate liability and manage financial risk of environmentally distressed properties.
MARKETS: Urban locations. Will consider assets within a 150 mile radius of Denver.
INVESTMENT TYPES:We understand that each property is different and welcome such opportunities as:
• Joint Venture
• Sale Leaseback
• Fee Development
• Public Private Partnerships
SIZE: Transaction size is $500,000 to $10 million. Compelling opportunities outside of these limits will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
HOLDING PERIOD: Holding period of 5 -10 years
• Value add commercial properties located within the path of revitalization
• Existing assets or redevelopment and conversion opportunities
• 70% of replacement value or less
• Vacant and partially leased buildings – rollover or lease up exposure
• REO properties and distressed or non-performing mortgages
• Transactions requiring a quick closing
• Fee Development for complex urban in-fill redevelopment projects