Land

Land

Dedicated to the disposition, acquisition, financing, and recapitalization of land properties, Eastdil Secured's land transaction team is experienced in transactions involving single assets and multiple-property portfolios, urban infill sites and master-planned communities, leased fee interest, urban mixed-use developments, and resort developments. Our land transaction team couples their distinguishing knowledge of the capital markets, development, and land values with an investment banking approach, which maximizes opportunities, enhances values, and produces optimal terms for our clients.

Land transactions are generally quite complex, requiring a nuanced understanding of the elements that can either enhance or impair value. Our team works across and partners with all Eastdil business lines handling equity sales, debt placement, loan sales, and joint venture equity raises for land-based assets, to ensure optimal results for our clients.

The land transaction team is composed of seasoned professionals with deep experience in development and building as well as capital markets expertise. With this diverse background, Eastdil is able to address the complex and technical issues associated with land development, entitlements, and other factors in order to extract the greatest value for our clients. Longstanding relationships with home-builder, community, resort, and commercial developers, lenders, and investors in the land arena, along with a well-orchestrated marketing process, has led to our unique ability to arrange liquidity and superior pricing in an often challenged asset class.

As a result of uncompromising dedication, superior knowledge, and comprehensive process, our team has been involved with some of the largest and highest profile land transactions, including The Kiawah Collection, 9900 Wilshire, Playa Vista, Frederica Golf Club & Community, Willowsford, Talisker, and the Kaneohe Ranch Portfolio. Eastdil Secured has completed over $18 billion in land-based transactions since 2000, including more than $12.7 billion in land transactions since 2010.