Investment Criteria

Glenmont seeks to invest its capital in assets that offer the potential for highly attractive risk adjusted returns. Glenmont will continue to focus primarily on:

  • Compelling opportunities in strong secondary markets to capitalize on the changing demographics, preferences, and supply/demand imbalances through investments in market rate apartments, seniors housing, and student housing
  • Investments with more modest equity requirements ($5 to $25 million) that are often avoided by larger institutional investment funds
  • Growth markets in the United States including strong middle markets exhibiting job creation and stable economic performance
  • Distressed opportunities including non-performing loans, bank owned assets, and equity recapitalizations
  • Select development opportunities within high barrier to entry locations in major metropolitan areas and growing secondary cities
  • Sponsor / co-sponsor investments

Glenmont seeks to generate highly attractive risk adjusted returns through its hands on value creation at the asset level and less reliance upon macroeconomic growth