Our Approach

Northridge Capital draws upon its substantial network of domestic and international relationships, extensive credit markets expertise, and operating and management capabilities to implement customized US real estate investment programs on behalf of its clients.

Rather than vertically integrating the various categories of real estate services, we focus on representing investors in contracts with with service providers that are deeply resourced companies, including property services, leasing and construction management. Northridge Capital is dedicated to providing a high level of personalized service for clients and investors who lack a significant presence on the ground in the US by selecting the best management and leasing firm for each asset in the identified market. 



Northridge has extensive experience in the acquisition and asset management of a wide variety of property types

The firm builds value through re-leasing, re-branding, restructuring of management and targeted capital improvements. The firm’s current assets under management consist of US commercial real estate, divided between stabilized income-producing assets and value-add projects in various stages of realization. 

Northridge has long had special expertise in turn-arounds of troubled assets, and successfully preserved and recapitalized its current managed portfolio through the years following the severe recession of 2008-10. The firm works with a wide variety of property types, including office, multi-family, retail, hotel, industrial and land.



As an asset manager, Northridge employs a disciplined investment approach that is positioned to capitalize on improving real estate and capital markets, while providing protection during periods of market downturns.  In recent years, Northridge has focused primarily on office, multi-family and hotel properties in select markets with high barriers to entry, strong economic fundamentals and favorable competitive conditions. 

For prospective clients, Northridge places particular emphasis on five strategic areas:

  • Single Asset Repositionings
  • Development Opportunities
  • Joint Venture Programs
  • Capital Market Dislocations
  • Pooled Funds