- Gabriel Silverstein, SIOR
- Angelic Real Estate, LLC
- Contact Gabriel Silverstein, SIOR (Angelic Real Estate, LLC)
- Office Phone
- (212) 498-7000
- Alt. Phone
- (212) 444-8520
- (212) 994-6562
- 1330 Avenue of the Americas, Suite 23A, New York, NY, 10019
- Angelic does real estate investment banking and commercial investment brokerage nationally. Our expertise covers industrial, office, retail, medical, multi-family and hotel assets.
Angelic is primarily a global investment real estate investment banking and brokerage practice, specializing in off market transactions, and we also have an extensive amount of global corporate real estate services (tenant rep) expertise and experience. We do a significant amount of single tenant NNN lease transactions.
We do this around the country and in some international markets in office, hotel, retail, multi-family and industrial asset classes, for properties from $10 million to $500 million + in size. our website is http://www.angelicrealestate.com/. We help structure complex capital stacks including sourcing of equity investment for developers and other project sponsors looking for private equity or similar equity money partnerships. This includes forward commitments on build-to-suits and partnerships where our financial partners provide the equity and/or debt during construction as well.
We do a variety of large investment real estate brokerage, mostly buy-side representation and off market transactions.
We also have an extensive background in providing full-service corporate real estate services, "tenant representation" as it is generally know, with experience in 45 states, 5 Canadian provinces and 18 countries worldwide. Our reputation is for aggressive, creative and custom-tailored solutions to lower corporate real estate costs by as much as 40%, on owned and leased portfolios, and those made up of some of each.
With over $1 billion in recent real estate transaction experience, it's hard to find a more experienced, knowledgeable or savvy real estate team anywhere. Our in-house services for both divisions are complemented by a bevy of savvy real estate practitioners from all walks of life and expertise to create a team of true best-in-class services as desired by each client on a project-by-project or account basis.
Gabriel Silverstein as a licensed real estate broker in the states of New York, Florida, Texas, Illinois and Wisconsin. Licensure in other states, provinces and countries is through other Angelic team members or through affiliate or partner organizations properly licensed in each jurisdiction of relevance.
Areas of Expertise
Our investment real estate brokerage is mostly off market transaction focussed, and works across the country and around the globe on office, hotel, retail, multi-family and industrial assets, generally on cash flowing investment properties. We represent buyers of a range of profiles, from opportunistic to stabilized properties. Generally this ranges in the $5 million to $100 million + range, including properties or portfolios of up to or in excess of $1 billion.
Corporately, we have worked on behalf of almost every major industry (financial, technology, government, legal, etc.) in 45 states, 5 Canadian provinces and 18 countries. We work with owned and leased portfolios, transactionally and on a consulting basis, and have experience in every major asset class: office, industrial, flex, biotech, medical, etc. In addition to lease negotiating and purchases and sales, we also structure and place sale/leasebacks and other financial vehicles for corporate users. We are know for providing the best service available anywhere to our clients.
Overall, Angelic's practice lines have billions of dollars of recent real estate transaction experience. That experience gets you results, the best results.
I love testimonials from clients, but who can't get at least a few clients to say nice things about them? My favorite testimonials are from those on the "other side of the table". Here's one from a broker in Chicago, relating to an $18.2 million deal where I was representing the buyer of a three building apartment portfolio and he was representing the seller:
"Are you the buyer? I thought you were their broker. Why are you asking all these questions? That's not your job. Your job is to get them to buy it, why are you negotiating the deal? If the buyer comes back with these questions, let them ask them later."
Thank you, sir, for summing up why I believe my clients are clients for life. I've never believed that being a broker was about making an introduction and letting the client fend for themselves. I'm not really a broker as much as a consultant, an advisor and a trusted team member. If I don't bring the value of over $1 billion of personal completed transaction experience to the table in a way that my client benefits from my experience, I don't deserve to be hired, and I definitely don't deserve to stay hired for their next transaction.