New Real Estate Investment Firm Launches in Denver

335 N Sherman, Denver. Credit: Leale Capital

Leale Capital, a specialized commercial real estate investment firm focused on maximizing the value of existing multifamily properties along Colorado’s Front Range, has officially launched in the Denver market. The firm’s debut includes investments in three promising multifamily properties in partnership with Strat Ventures.

Founded by seasoned commercial real estate finance leader Marc Cianciola, Leale Capital focuses its investment work on areas that are often overlooked by other investors, generating high yield returns for investors.

“Denver has been on our radar for quite some time, so we’re thrilled to announce our official launch with three strategic investments in high-growth neighborhoods here,” Cianciola said. “With our visionary approach to multifamily investment, superior product and level of service, we are building a solid foundation for Leale Capital that will drive success for our investors for years to come.”

Located in the heart of Denver, each of these properties offers something unique to investors and to the marketplace:

  • 1424 Pennsylvania Ave. – This 23-unit building known as The Elaine was originally built in 1926 and is currently undergoing renovations to the units and common areas. This quaint red brick property will offer modern living with all the charm of Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.
  • 661 N. Pearl St. – Situated on a quiet street in the Governor’s Park neighborhood, this 11-unit building called The Ernest provides a close-knit community in a location overflowing with amenities. This property is currently undergoing renovations to the units, common areas and landscaping.
  • 335 Sherman St. – This 34-unit walk-up in Denver’s booming West Washington Park neighborhood stands ready for residents looking for easy access to the many offerings of South Broadway. The property has multiple planned improvements to the units, façade and security, as well as the creation of amenity spaces.

These properties and their neighborhoods showcase the strength of the investment strategy at Leale Capital, an entrepreneurially minded company with a hands-on team that strives for outsized investor returns by focusing on its deep network of financial institutions, capital partners and sophisticated investor base.

“By pinpointing developing submarkets and leveraging our extensive market knowledge, broker relationships and our understanding of new housing trends, Leale Capital will create value and provide the capital needed to sensitively and thoughtfully revitalize properties that have been part of their communities for decades,” Cianciola said.

Continually assessing new opportunities, Leale Capital is well-positioned for steady growth as the Denver market continues to gain traction emerging from the economic challenges caused by COVID-19.


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