CanAm Capital Partners closes PE investment in Atlanta

CanAm Capital Partners closes PE investment in Atlanta

CanAm Capital Partners (CACP), an affiliate of CanAm Enterprises, has closed another private equity deal, investing USD2.5 million in the renovation of 1375 Peachtree, a creative office complex in the Midtown submarket of Atlanta, Georgia with a project budget of approximately USD104 million.

The office complex redevelopment project is being sponsored by The Dilweg Companies, a leading investor and operator of opportunistic and value-added , middle-market office assets in key markets in the Southeast US. The repositioning of 1375 Peachtree will convert the existing 8-story, 409,579 SF office building located at 1375 Peachtree Street in Atlanta’s Midtown neighbourhood into a state-of-the-art office complex catering primarily to creative office space users. The project will leverage accelerating demand drivers in Atlanta’s premier technology corridor and creative office submarket.

“1375 Peachtree is truly an exceptional project with great potential and best-in-class sponsorship. We are thrilled to continue to bring unique investment opportunities to our investor base with whom we have established long-lasting relationships as a result of their prior experience investing with CanAm,” says John Reid, Director of Project Development at CanAm Capital Partners.

CACP is affiliated with CanAm Enterprises, a EB-5 regional centre operator having raised and invested nearly USD3 billion and with over USD1 billion of capital repaid to more than 2,000 EB-5 investors to date. As such, CACP continues to provide select private investment opportunities with attractive risk-adjusted returns focused on geographies and assets where it has informational, operational, and other competitive advantages. CACP makes project-level capital investments with an average hold period of three to five years.

“CanAm Enterprises has built a great relationship with thousands of international investors who have already finished their EB-5 immigration process and had their capital repaid. We are very grateful and proud to continue to offer new investment opportunities to our international community beyond the EB-5 program,” says Tom Rosenfeld, President and CEO of CanAm Enterprises.

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