Acquisitions and Development

With its headquarters in Dallas, Denali is able to effectively source investment opportunities across the United States.   Denali targets opportunities to create value by either acquiring and repositioning underperforming properties or by selectively developing properties in growth markets.   In addition, Denali uses its expertise in owning and operating commercial real estate to acquire distressed real estate debt.  Examples of Denali’s business strategies include:

  • Renovation:  Properties suffering from dated or deteriorated physical appearances that present opportunities for nonstructural upgrading or facade renovations to attract higher quality tenants
  • Lease Up:  Properties in quality locations, but that suffer from significant vacancy due to operational failures or lack of capital
  • Re-tenanting/Re-merchandising:  Properties with significant near-term lease rollover that present opportunities to re-tenant the property with higher quality tenants
  • Repositioning:  Properties with suboptimal site plans that could either be expanded or reconfigured to better meet tenant needs
  • Turnaround:  Properties suffering from mismanagement or operational inefficiencies that can be remedied
  • Adaptive Re-Use:  Reinventing existing buildings for new uses, such as transforming industrial warehouse space to creative retail, office or multifamily properties
  • Distressed or Special Situations:  Special circumstances in which owners must sell or recapitalize due to strategic or stress-related events, such as a liquidity crisis, loan default, bankruptcy, corporate reorganization or litigation
  • Selective Development:  Development of Class A property on well positioned land in high-growth or supply-constrained submarkets