The experience of Hampshire-Stateside’s team allows us to pursue investment opportunities across multiple sectors and target markets.

Hampshire–Stateside seeks opportunities that are intended to generate the best risk-adjusted returns. Our strategy includes acquiring assets in excellent locations with reliable, high quality income streams as well as value add, development projects, joint ventures, debt purchases and other creative approaches to acquiring real estate. We are constantly evaluating the market place, trends, and technological advances to assess the optimal approach in any given cycle.

Hampshire-Stateside also has the ability to create programmatic, separate accounts for institutional or HNW investors that are custom tailored to a specific investors’ goals and objectives.

Hampshire-Stateside co-invests with our investors to secure an appropriate alignment of interest.

Target Investment Profiles

Target Investment Profiles
  • Single tenant, NNN lease opportunities
  • Multi-tenanted assets with limited management and other NNN lease characteristics
  • WALT >10 years but shorter terms considered
  • Value add and development opportunities
  • Preferred equity and mezzanine debt investments in such assets
  • Partnership buy-outs and recapitalizations
  • Debt and distressed debt acquisitions


Our reputation and experience enables us to find unique investment opportunities across multiple asset sectors and risk spectrum.
Currently Hampshire-Stateside is focused on the following asset classes:


  • Focus on warehouse, distribution, cold storage and flex
  • Infill Locations
  • “Last mile” locations/omni-channeling
  • Proximity to major roadways and highway junctions
  • Optimal functionality
  • Environmentally clean


  • Single tenant, NNN lease opportunities
  • Multi-tenanted assets with strong anchor tenants
  • Weighted average lease term greater than 10 years
    Shorter terms will be considered
  • Focus on markets with an outsized tech presence
  • Rapidly growing markets with strong job and population gains
  • Focus on markets with skilled labor pools

Medical Office

  • Single tenant, NNN leases
  • Multi-tenant facilities with strong anchor tenants
  • Proximity to Hospital
  • High patient visitations
  • Closer to public transportation
  • Onsite parking facility

Multi Family

  • Focus on transit oriented live/work/play
  • Infill locations high barrier to entry
  • Focus on high density markets
  • Locations with population and job growth above the national level



    Major metropolitan MSAs nationwide


    Key office markets around 24 hour and 18-hour cities


    Key industrial and distribution hubs