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Real Estate Private Equity

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Company Profile

Our private equity real estate business focuses on identifying and investing in real estate assets that have the potential for appreciation in value over time.


We seek to create value through asset management, development, and repositioning strategies, with a focus on generating strong returns for our investors.

We work with a range of investors, from high net worth individuals to institutional investors, to provide access to exclusive real estate investment opportunities.


Our team of professionals has a deep understanding of the real estate market and leverages our extensive network to identify opportunities that meet our strict investment criteria.

Our investment approach is focused on a disciplined and rigorous due diligence process, which includes extensive market research, underwriting, and financial analysis to ensure that we make informed investment decisions. We also work closely with our investment partners to develop and execute a tailored strategy that aligns with their investment objectives.

Our investment strategies include core, value-add, and opportunistic investments across a range of property types, such as commercial, residential, and industrial.


We are also experienced in structuring investments through various vehicles, including limited partnerships, joint ventures, and real estate funds.

Why Hummingbird you ask? 


Michael was a founding member of Elk Street Management, a real estate developer based in Philadelphia. The partners loved the idea of naming each project after an animal and tried find some historical significance tying that location to an animal. 


For example:

One building was located on Leopard Street, so they Leopard in the LLC name.

Another development site the Wolf family owned and operated a few businesses there, so that entities nick name was Wolf.

Elk Street was taken from an old historical archived map that showed that name on a street behind on of the buildings. 

As for Hummingbird, we wanted something fresh. 


We wanted an animal to reflect our approach: speed and quick action just like the old fable:

There is a Quechan fable about a hummingbird named Dukdukdiya. During a fierce forest fire, while all other animals stood in stunned fear, Dukdukdiya alone took action by repeatedly carrying a single drop of water in her beak to the flames. When asked why she bothered with such paltry efforts, she replied that she was simply doing everything in her power to stop the fire.

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