CIM's urban investing discipline is based on the premise that the best way to create or enhance value is to focus on a community as a whole, by investing in varied assets or asset classes within that given community. This philosophy enables CIM to more efficiently realize the benefits of that community's transformation through each of its distinct fund risk/reward profiles. CIM's investment philosophy is non-product specific and driven by the principle that every investment should correlate with the needs of the community in both the near- and long-term. Areas of differentiated expertise include:
An in-depth understanding of urban investments throughout the sourcing, acquisition, entitlement, financing, development, asset management, and disposition processes.
The ability to efficiently and comprehensively conduct due diligence, underwrite, and close on investments, through any of CIM's strategies.
A strong track record of building long-term relationships with proven sponsors, development and investment partners, fund investors, and public partners as well as continuously fostering new relationships. CIM works with partners to ensure the highest level of performance across all aspects of a project—from the drawing board to ongoing operations—to meet the needs of all stakeholders.
The ability to tailor investment structures to suit project, circumstance, and partners' needs.
This approximately 447,000-square-foot, 25-story Class A office tower is one of downtown Sacramento's most notable buildings with its Art Deco-inspired design, tiered setbacks, granite columns, limestone walls, and dramatic lighting.