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Founded by Asher Zamir in 2003, Zamir Equities is a privately held New York City based, integrated real estate private equity firm.
Since inception, Zamir Equities has executed more than $1 billion in commercial real estate transactions and managed over 6 million square feet in commercial and residential properties mostly along the east coast. Recognized for their astute acquisition proficiency, along with unparalleled real estate management, leasing and marketing experience, Zamir Equities specializes in risk-adjusted market returns in both undervalued and stabilized real estate assets.
Zamir Equities is enthusiastically recognized throughout the real estate industry for their ability to swiftly grasp shifting market dynamics, identify hidden opportunities, all while delivering competitive investment performance. Ultimately, Zamir Equities expertly transforms complex asset situations into simple and singularly profitable opportunities with favorable debt terms in current market conditions. As a well-established New York City commercial real estate firm, with a track record of highly successful ventures, our active and entrepreneurial culture and robust investment platform allows us to quickly adapt as market cycles shift.
With no bureaucracy, we are able to swiftly seek new opportunities and achieve superior risk-adjusted returns. Our team collaboratively embraces new ideas, while always putting our investor’s interest first. Our belief in a hands-on approach to real estate—both in the office and in the field—is the same now as it was at inception. We understand the importance of effective operational expertise, significant long-term value creation and performance, and, of course, consistent and substantial return on investment. At Zamir Equities, it’s more than just putting money to work. As we look for investment opportunities, we’re also looking for ways to engage and improve the communities where we operate and where our assets are located.
Zamir Equities is headquartered in Manhattan’s Fred F. French Building, a stunning 38-story art deco building erected in 1927, and listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.