Madison Marquette is a member of the global investment firm Capital Guidance. As a private real estate investment and operating company, it has been an innovator that provides services to investors in mixed-use, retail, and office assets in exceptional markets across the United States. Under the leadership of CEO Amer Hammour, its strategy is to employ redevelopment and re-positioning to maximize values in and around dynamic and top-tier urban gateway markets in multiple areas of the United States.
Madison Marquette increases the value of its projects with its integrated investment services of offering acquisitions, sourcing, property and asset management, marketing, leasing, and development by buying, repositioning, and selling major retail assets. It enhances returns and mitigates risk by directly controlling and managing its investment strategies.
Having been successful since 1992 and with over 220 employees, Madison Marquette covers all of the major United States markets through its many offices located in Washington, D.C., New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Dallas, Los Angeles, Asbury Park, Seattle, and Fort Lauderdale.
An example of the projects includes:
Pacific Place in Seattle
Purchased by Madison Marquette for $271 million dollars and occupying a whole city block at downtown Seattle’s most heavily trafficked intersection at Sixth Avenue and Pine Street, Pacific Place has over 50 restaurants and shops and is anchored by Tiffany & Co. and Barney’s New York. There will be a multimillion-dollar renovation of the four-story 339,000 square-foot retail center. Scheduled to begin in the fourth quarter of 2017, the first phase is expected to open in the fall of 2018.
Asbury Park Boardwalk project on the Jersey shore
Plans for the 400,000 square feet of retail and entertainment space with the reconstruction of the turn-of-the-century Fifth Avenue Pavilion and Bandshell, the home to five entertainment venues. are for additional retail and food venues and continued partnering with Live Nation on multiple concert venues and with partner iStar adding 2,000 to 3,000 hotel rooms and residential units. The project will rebuild one of the nation’s most historic beachfront communities. The Bandshell will feature a raised stage and a dance floor added to the 230-plus seats arranged in an outdoor amphitheater.
In Los Angeles
Having purchased a block of industrial buildings on LaBrea between First and Second streets, plans are to redevelop them into an edgy creative and fashion office project.