Atlas Real Estate Partners is a private real estate investment firm focused on investments in multifamily,
student-housing, retail, and office assets throughout the United States. Atlas has local partnerships and
satellite offices in each target market.
Atlas has executed 45 deals since being founded in 2009, with a combined value of $1,000,000,000. Atlas has a perfect track record of closing deals that are under contract
Local Market Expertise
Atlas has extensive and real-time local market knowledge as a result of our partnerships in each target market.
Target smaller deals and bring an institutional approach to the sub-intuitional
space. We find more inefficiency and generate outsized returns by targeting deals under
The principals of Atlas invest alongside each of its investors. Profit sharing occurs only after all investors have received a preferred return on their initial investment.
Access to Private Real Estate Deals
Atlas allows accredited investors the ability to invest directly into institutional quality commercial real estate at manageable levels.
Atlas prides itself on best-in-class investor reporting. We utilize software solutions that enable investors to view real-time reporting via a secure online portal, sign investment documents online and receive distributions and K1's online.
Atlas commits 1% of our upfront fees to select charities like our current partners Community Solutions, Madison Square Park Conservancy and the Covenant House.
Atlas targets undervalued multifamily, student-housing, retail and office investments in select markets across the country.
We acquire assets across the country with a primary focus on the Washington, D.C. metro, Southern Florida, New York metro, Boston metro, Chicago, and Texas, where Atlas has local partnerships.
Typical investments are $10M-$35M in value, often falling below the institutional
Multifamily, student-housing, office, and retail. We will evaluate other asset classes on a case-by-case basis.
Submarkets with strong local demand drivers, such as employment and transportation hubs, that are also aided by favorable macro drivers, such as population, employment and income growth.
Our target properties typically generate stable, in-place cash flow, offer
opportunities to directly add value at the property level, and possess long term upside potential.
Atlas was founded in 2009 by managing principals Arvind Chary and Alex Foster. The two founders bring over 30
years of institutional investing experience to the investment platform which gives Atlas its competitive advantage
of identifying and executing on value-add opportunities. Arvind and Alex have known each other for over 15 years
having both attended college at Tufts University and completing graduate school at Columbia University.
Timing, perseverance, and ten years of trying will eventually make you look like an
- Biz Stone, Twitter Co-founder
Embrace partnerships with like-minded individuals that have similar institutional backgrounds.
Build an extensive network
Build an extensive network of investors, lenders, brokers and other real estate professionals organically
Embrace change and take a progressive mindset that harnesses technology advances in real estate.
Eliminate bureaucracy, egos and resistance to change.
Atlas commits 1% of our corporate profits to select charities like our current partners Community Solutions, Madison Square Park Conservancy, and the Covenant House.
Covenant House is an organization that has developed programs designed at providing our youth with a holistic approach to leaving the streets and achieving independence. Each year the Atlas team participates in the Covenant House Sleep-Out, spending a night on the streets of New York City. Atlas team members have raised over $250K over the past 2 years.
MSPC is an organization dedicated to keeping historic Madison Square Park a bright, beautiful and active park. Atlas has been an active participant in Madison Square Park Conservancy events including Celebrating Flatiron Chefs and Art in the Park.
The mission Community Solutions Inc. is to promote the independence, citizenry and well-being of individuals and families involved, or at risk of involvement, in the child welfare, juvenile justice and criminal justice systems.