COMPANY BACKGROUND
Thompson | Dorfman focuses on multi-family residential development, with particular emphasis on well-sited, urban in-fill and mixed-use properties located in high-growth, technology-driven markets in the western United States. The principals of Thompson | Dorfman are 30+ year veterans in their industry with a reputation for quality and a track record of performance. Collectively, they have developed 13,000 multi-family homes in 45 California apartment and condominium communities. They have also expanded their services to provide development advisory, management, and investment expertise to corporate land owners and financial institutions.

TARGET MARKETS
Major West Coast Metropolitan submarkets.

DEVELOPMENT
Thompson | Dorfman seeks multi-family development opportunities with the following property characteristics:

  • Product Type: High-rise, mid-rise or low-rise projects.
  • Location: In-fill locations that support high density multi-family development, standalone residential, or mixed-use developments within major West Coast Metropolitan submarkets.  Transit oriented sites are preferred but not required.
  • Property Size: Sites that support as low as 50 units in high quality locations.  No upper size limit.
  • Core, Value Added, and Opportunistic Investments: Properties in unique locations with strong barriers to entry and return levels consistent with the quality of the location.

EXISTING APARTMENTS
Thompson | Dorfman seeks to acquire existing multi-family value added investments with the following property characteristics:

  • Product Type: High-rise, mid-rise or low-rise projects.
  • Location: San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties as well as select sub-markets in Contra Costa and Alameda Counties.
  • Property size: As low as 30 units in high quality locations. No upper size limit.
  • Value Added and Opportunistic Investments: Properties with upside potential through repositioning, rehabilitation, construction completion, or redevelopment, or special situations where capital constraints prevent the asset from reaching its full potential.