the neighborhood is the amenity
Anthora Holdings transforms commodity real estate, combining onsite and community resources to improve the market position of undervalued properties. Reprogramming underutilized spaces, partnering with third parties to provide educational and health resources, and more directly marketing to underserved niches are just a few of the many tools used to improve the operational and financial health of properties.
Anthora successes have come in primary markets such as Orlando, Seattle, and Washington, DC as well as secondary and tertiary locations as diverse as Worcester, Flint, Chattanooga, and Tallahassee. Larger metropolitan assignments have included Atlanta, Detroit, Fort Worth, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Orlando, Seattle, and Washington, DC. Properties have included a 744-unit Class C apartment community in suburban Detroit, a 511-single family home neighborhood in Topeka, a 268-unit military-focused community in Pensacola, a 364-unit Class A student community in Orlando, and over 5,000 manufactured housing sites in the Midwest and Southeast.
Six years of transforming physically and financially distressed properties as a principal asset manager for lenders and a special servicer provides a level of familiarity with distress most owners hope to never achieve. By seeing how properties go wrong and finding the ways to go right, Anthora has a breadth of knowledge and comfort to transform any deal.