Real estate investments involve risk. Economic and market forces and unforeseen costs may adversely affect the ability of an investor to recoup its initial investment. Consequently, only an investor that can afford to lose its entire investment should consider the investments offered by SKB. Funds invested with SKB should not be invested for such purposes as emergency savings, home purchase, education funding, dependent care, safety of principal, or any short-term purpose.
Other risks associated with an investment in real estate include limited transferability of membership interests, illiquidity, uncertainties relating to the financial analysis, risk of members' capital, risk of leverage, financing risks, income/operating risks, environmental risks, reliance on third party management companies, absence of regulatory oversight, construction risks, capital expenditures which are not offset by cash flow, constructions risks, lack of fund operating history, cash flow, potential conflicts of interest, overbuilding of properties in competitive locations, uninsured and under insured losses, tax liability not limited to distributions, changes in tax laws, uncertain ability to meet capital needs.
This is not an offer to sell or a solicitation to buy. The Private Placement Memorandum for each investment opportunity contains more complete information, including a full explanation of all the risks associated with investing. Please read it carefully before investing.
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ScanlanKemperBard is a privately held real estate merchant bank based in Portland, Oregon. We acquire, manage and transform commercial properties into profitable, risk-adjusted returns for select high-net-worth individuals, family offices, trusts, and institutional investors. Since our founding over two decades ago, we have originated more than $4.18 billion in total portfolio activity.
Our success is the result of practiced intuition and rigor, trusted partnerships and a single-minded commitment to create and preserve wealth for those who partner with us – and SKB – in that order.
Mill Valley, CA (January 10, 2017) —Representing one of Marin County’s most significant sales of 2016, Newmark Cornish & Carey completed the sale of the 103,000-square-foot Belvedere Place. A partnership entity formed between privately-held real estate merchant bank ScanlanKemperBard (SKB) and privately-held investment advisor Angelo, Gordon & Co. (Angelo, Gordon) purchased the Class A office property from Bently Holdings.
Investor Swoops in to Buy Former Bay Area Air Force Base That Became an Office Park
Jul. 27, 2015
by Cory Weinberg
San Francisco Business Times
SKB bought Hamilton Landing from a Los Angeles based developer, which poured $100 million into the major rehabilitation project 16 years ago. The seven buildings have floor plates of about 25,000 square feet to appeal to large tenants that have typically avoided Marin County.
Hamilton Landing Aircraft Hangar Conversion Trades
Jul. 24, 2015
by Tierney Plumb Bisnow SF
ScanlanKemperBard just scooped up Hamilton Landing in Novato, which consists of seven, two-story office buildings that were previously used as aircraft hangars. The sale comes after SKB’s recent acquisition of Westgate Center, which brings the company to a total of 1.4M SF of space in the Bay Area.
ScanlanKemperBard Acquires 406,000 Square Foot Hamilton Landing in Novato for $84MM
Jul. 23, 2015
by publisher5 TheRegistry Bay Area Real Estate
ScanlanKemper Bard acquired the property in Novato on behalf of a pension fund in Chile. The current occupancy of Hamilton Landing is 93 percent. It was at 85 percent when the buyer put the property under contract 60 days ago.