Revcap takes a strategic equity stake alongside exceptional management teams in differentiated real estate platforms.  Revcap provides or sources capital and gives management support to assist the business to exploit the market opportunity to its full potential.

Revcap currently has equity stakes in 12 varied businesses in the UK and continental Europe.  These businesses are in niche sectors such as data centres, healthcare and roadside real estate, as well as more conventional property areas such as retail, residential development, leisure and general commercial investments.

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Ark Data Centres, UK

Initial off market purchase of a 35 acre campus site in Corsham for £7m

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Stella Vitalis Nursing Homes, Germany

Germany’s ageing demographic profile, its state funding of healthcare provision and a fragmented nursing home market provide a favourable investment background

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Insite Poster Properties, UK

Consolidate the extremely fragmented ownership base of freehold roadside billboards in the UK

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Fortress Multi Service Centres, Germany

The Fortress MSC concept is to develop inner city roadside retail on highly frequented routes where site purchases are committed to when substantially pre-let

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Habodel / G2M, UK

Acquisition of a 50% stake and provision of expansion capital to a business that acquires and regenerates existing single family homes, resetting living standards and quality of homes for renters across the UK

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Grosvenor Pubs, UK

Aggregation of a portfolio of freehold public houses in catchments in the UK where the food, beverage and accommodation is sub-standard compared to an affluent local catchment

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Pi Labs

Acquisition from an institutional seller of an 8 storey office building totalling 62,500 sq ft with a strong yield of 8.7%, that had been largely sub-let by the immediate tenant

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Carisbrooke Recapitalisation, UK

Carisbrooke’s management had a short window to acquire an overleveraged loan secured on Carisbrooke’s property portfolio for over £70m from its distressed lender