Quadrant Investment Properties is a commercial real estate investment company.

We have a focused strategy of building a portfolio of curated, relevant, and significant assets through the acquisitions and development of office and industrial properties.

Park Creek Place

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Saint Paul Place

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3400 Carlisle

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2811 McKinney

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The Centrum

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Hillcrest Oaks

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Union Bower Business Park

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Preston Trail Atrium

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Parkside Corporate Center

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Our Story

Quadrant Investment Properties was formed in 2012 to acquire high quality projects that provide value-add to opportunistic returns. We target well-constructed, functional assets that offer unique design features but have underperformed due to poor management or ownership capital constraints.

Significant Vacancy

Significant Vacancy

in Infill Submarkets

Redevelopment

Redevelopment

Opportunities

Creative Capitalization

Creative Capitalization

Structures

Our team seeks asset specific opportunities where alternative, creative solutions can be applied. We create stakeholder value through physical repositioning assets while implementing an aggressive, proactive management system. Targeted assets include redevelopment opportunities, buildings with below average vacancy located in infill submarkets, and projects that allow creative capitalization structures.

Our team strives to be a best-in-class operator and provide the highest level of service to our clients, tenants, and investors by utilizing proven institutional best-practices in an opportunistic operational model.

Since 2012,
the company
has placed over
$190 million
of capital
through the
acquisition and
redevelopment
of approximately
1.45 million
square feet.

Chad Cook

Chad Cook

Before founding QIP, Chad was Vice President, Acquisitions for Hillwood Investment Properties, where, from 2004 to 2012, he focused on development and acquisition opportunities in numerous markets nationally. In addition to helping lead the company’s acquisition team Chad coordinated over $1 billion in dispositions. He also played an integral role in the sourcing and structuring of numerous institutional joint ventures and development partnerships. Prior to joining Hillwood, Chad was a Director of Leasing and Dispositions with Emerson Partners, a Dallas based owner and operator of office and industrial properties.

ccook@quadrantcapital.com

Michael Young

Michael Young

In 2003, Michael formed Quadrant Capital Partners, Inc. to make direct investments in real estate and private equity in the United States and Canada. Previously, Michael had spent 10 years at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce as Global Head of Real Estate, where he was responsible for real estate investment banking, merchant banking and commercial lending. Born in Windsor Ontario, Michael moved from Toronto to Dallas in 1976 and has enjoyed a long career successfully completing large scale, public and private commercial real estate transactions.

myoung@quadrantcapital.com

Mark De La Torre

Mark De La Torre

Mark joined QIP in 2015 as a senior associate to focus on acquisitions. Before joining QIP, Mark was an investment management associate at BBR Partners in New York City where he conducted investment research and constructed portfolios on behalf of 10 ultra-high net worth families, managing a total of $450mm of assets. Furthermore, he assisted in developing complex estate planning strategies and executed tax-sensitive investments within that framework. Mark graduated from Wake Forest University with a BS in Finance from the Calloway School of Business. 

mdelatorre@quadrantcapital.com

Kimberly May

Kimberly May

Kimberly joined QIP in 2015 to serve as the director of asset management, overseeing the daily operations of QIP’s office and industrial portfolio.  Prior to joining QIP, Kimberly spent 14 years with GE Capital Real Estate with her most recent role as an asset manager overseeing a $500 million portfolio of debt and equity asset located across the United States. Kimberly’s focus with GE was primarily on troubled debt management, restructuring, and REO repositioning and disposition.  While with GE, Kimberly worked closely with third party professionals to execute upon value enhancement strategies, capital projects, leasing, and disposition objectives.  Kimberly is a graduate of Baylor University with a BBA in Real Estate from the Hankamer School of Business. 

kmay@quadrantcapital.com
 

Ty Lee

Ty Lee

Ty Joined QIP in 2016 as Director of Project Management to oversee improvements and related activities for QIP’s portfolio of assets. From 2004 to 2014 he worked as a registered architect designing and managing commercial, institutional and corporate projects. Most recently, Ty was a Senior Project Manager at CBRE and personally oversaw more than $75 million dollars of project costs. His background and experiences ensure a creative, thorough and rigorous approach to construction management.

tlee@quadrantcapital.com

Randy Fleisher

Randy has been involved with commercial real estate since 1993 and is presently the Managing Director of Jones Lang LaSalle (“JLL”) Dallas Debt & Equity platform.  Prior to joining JLL Randy was the founding Managing Partner of Quadrant Realty Finance (“QRF”), a boutique Real Estate Investment Banking firm located in Dallas, Texas which (“JLL”) acquired on June, 19, 2013.  Since its formation in 2010, QRF placed over $1.5B in debt & equity financings.  Prior to joining QRF he was a Managing Director at CBRE where he was consistently recognized as a member of Colbert Coldwell Circle as one of the highest producing employees. Prior to his employment with CBRE, Randy was an attorney with the law firm of Monk Goodwin in Winnipeg Canada, practicing real estate and commercial law. Randy holds a Bachelor of Law from the University of Manitoba, a Master of Science in Real Estate & Finance from the University of North Texas and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance, Investment and Banking from the University of Wisconsin.

Howard Rachofsky

A Dallas native, Howard earned a B.S. degree in economics in 1966 from the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business and later his Juris Doctorate degree in 1970 from the University of Texas at Austin. As a hedge fund manager for thirty years, he started the Regal group of companies in the 1970s and acted as the Managing Partner of Regal Securities Investment, L. P. and President and Chairman of the Board of Regal Capital Company. Howard also serves as an active member for several boards, such as Dia Center for the Arts in New York, the AT&T Performing Arts Center, the Dallas Symphony Association, and Lumin Education. He is also a member of the Collections and Finance Committees and on the Board of Trustees at the Dallas Museum of Art and acts as Advisory Director to the University of Texas, School of Architecture.