Fully Integrated. Opportunistic.
A Real Estate Investment Company with $6+ Billion in Transactions
Westcore has a dynamic track record of real estate investing. We are committed to excellence in everything that we do and have over four decades of successful asset acquisition and management. Over that time, we’ve built a compelling methodology and acquisition strategy that continues to drive unprecedented returns for our capital input.
Founded in 2000
Using our core competencies, we create value at each stage of an asset’s lifecycle
The Westcore Advantage:
Acquisition and leasing veterans with decades of successful local market experience.
Local and national broker, tenant and lender relationship based on repeat transactions.
We are committed to what we do and have a proven operation with decades of experience and relentless focus to the task at hand.
Constant experience working in this sector leveraged to uncover and see opportunity where others see a challenge.
Resources readily available to quickly capitalize on time sensitive opportunity with excellence across all categories.
A proven model and ability to execute across 400+ acquisitions and 750+ managed properties.
Marc Brutten forms Westcore Industrial Properties, acquiring $400 million of assets
Westcore partners with Dubai Investment Group and coinvests in $600 million of assets over a four-year period
Don Ankeny joins Westcore as President & CEO
Acquisition volume reaches $1 billion
Westcore obtains a $200 million investment from Almanac Realty Advisors (formerly Rothschild Realty Managers) to continue to scale the company and take advantage of acquisition opportunities
Delta Portfolio acquisition of $585 million of assets in Sacramento, CA and the Mid-West
Westcore obtains a commitment of $337 million of growth capital from Almanac Realty Advisors, bringing the aggregate commitment by Almanac to over $500 million
Westcore partners with a major state pension fund and a national insurance company to form two separate funds with $1.25 billion of purchasing power
Westcore expands partnership with a major state pension fund to form a second separate fund with $1 billion of purchasing power