Revcap typically invests between £2m and £20m of its equity into each deal via its Kitty Hawk Fund series. Larger transactions with exceptional risk adjusted returns are also considered. Multiple transactions with the same local operating partner are often structured as programmatic joint ventures targeting a specific strategy, sector or geography.

Revcap invests in all major property types including office, retail, industrial / logistics and residential. We also invest in alternative property types such as student accommodation, data centres, billboards, farms, healthcare and leisure.

The firm’s risk appetite extends to planning plays (including strategic land), development situations (pre-let and speculative), lease up and re-leasing strategies, individual asset repositioning and portfolio aggregation and break ups. Our joint ventures can be simple or complex and are often completed on an off-market basis. Many transactions also have a distressed element either due to the presence of a motivated seller or the acquisition of an asset that has been capital starved.

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Le Picasso, Nanterre, France

Acquisition from a motivated institutional seller of a 40,000m² office property in Nanterre, an established office location next to La Défense in Paris

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Bread Factory, Helsinki, Finland

Commitment of €7m Revcap equity to the purchase of an attractive 13,300m² loft style office property in the northern part of Helsinki’s CBD

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Rockingham Racetrack, UK

Acquisition from receivership of a 340 acre plot comprising a motor race track and ancillary parking in Corby, Northamptonshire

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Cite Carre Magdeburg, Germany

Acquisition for an 8.3% yield of an under-managed city block comprising 134,600 m2 and 1,600 car parking spaces comprising the bulk of Magdeburg’s CBD

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Compass Portfolio, Stockholm, Sweden

Acquisition from an institutional seller of two Greater Stockholm retail properties totalling 33,000m² which were secured by organising a sub-sale of two larger assets that were felt to be too dry for an opportunistic strategy

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Empiric Student Property, UK

Then a private company, the JV partner approached Revcap with a business plan to target the development and operation of “business class” student accommodation in Russell Group university cities

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Etaget, Kungsholmen, Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm was a heavily under-supplied residential market due to growing demand and a supply constrained market

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K3 Theaterforum, Heilbronn, Germany

Built in 2000, Revcap provided preferred equity and JV equity to acquire a 24,400m² mixed use, city centre property in Heilbronn, that was 94% let upon acquisition

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Storgata, Oslo, Norway

Purchase of near vacant 6,500m² mixed office and retail property in a good location in central Oslo from an institutional owner holding out for a single tenant

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Thames House And Vinopolis, London, UK

Initial £10m acquisition of Thames House for an office and residential conversion planning play next to Borough Market in London

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Qidus, Düsseldorf, Germany

Bank forced property sale of 19,150m² suburban office asset in Düsseldorf, that was 80% let upon acquisition

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Tour Solad, Paris, France

14 storey office tower in Puteaux, adjacent to La Défense, Paris’ principal business district acquired with a vacancy rate of 30%

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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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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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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