Corporate Real Estate Solutions

SAS Investors focuses on executing transactions that help companies of all types and industries to monetize assets off their balance sheet.


With SAS Investors’ unique consultative program offering companies with alternatives to help them unlock hidden value of their real estate holdings, SAS Investors executes sale leasebacks and the acquisition of non-core, unutilized real estate that can be redeveloped or repositioned.


While the focus is on industrial real estate, the principals at SAS Investors have experience in all sectors including office, residential, retail, hospitality and healthcare.


Corporate real estate transactions range from core, sale leasebacks with credit companies; value-add repositioning; and more opportunistic development opportunities.


SAS Investors has a merchant banking model that allows it to work with the most appropriate capital partner for any given situation. This approach offers more flexibility than a fund management model with predetermined investment strategies and return profiles.

Corporate Real Estate Solutions

Japan Seniors Housing

Japan is the first country in the world to be dubbed a “super-aged” society, with 1 in 4 people over age 65. Japan is projected to see its over-85 cohort more than double by 2035, driving unrelenting demand for seniors housing.


Capbridge Investors is a leader in the Japan seniors housing sector.

The team’s extensive investment track record in seniors housing includes acquisition by sale-and-leaseback, build-to-suit development, and corporate restructuring of senior living operators.

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Japan Multifamily

Japan’s continued urbanization, decreasing household sizes,  and high propensity to rent in its largest cities  underpin consistently high occupancies and low rent volatility, making multifamily residential one of Japan’s most resilient asset classes.


The Managing Partners of Capbridge Investors are some of the most experienced professionals in Japan’s multifamily residential market, having acquired or developed over 8,000 units in Japan’s major cities.

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