Investment Management

With every investment, our goal is to optimize performance, minimize risk, and build a diversified portfolio. Our process for qualifying office, light industrial, and mixed-use properties with the most potential for profit is meticulous and has produced a high-value collection of assets that deliver high-value returns.

Asset Development

Griffin Partners oversees an assortment of commercial real estate projects, including ground-up construction and build-to-suit. Additionally, we’re also positioned to create management plans for our investment partners. By utilizing our wide network of connections, vast experience, and deep resources, we’re able to work with vendors, contractors, consultants, and partners to deliver target results on time and within budget.

Building Management

Not only are we able to identify lucrative opportunities for commercial real estate investment, but we’re also uniquely suited to handle all facets of building management, including capital improvement projects and monthly budgeting. Our team of dedicated professionals is passionate about leading the industry and setting a high bar for which our tenants and clients can expect laser-focused attention, fast response times, and unmatched efficiency in all areas of maintenance.

Our Strategically Chosen Target Markets

We focus on office, industrial, mixed-use office, and limited retail across ten target markets in the southern U.S. Each of these "secondary" markets has positive trends that produce stronger liquidity and a better cap rate arbitrage relative to "primary" markets, resulting in a portfolio with attractive, risk-adjusted returns.



San Antonio




Salt Lake City




  • Houston

    Houston is the largest metro area in Texas and the fourth largest in the nation. It's also one of the most diverse cities in the country, as is reflected by its economic growth, makeup, and outlook. Although traditionally known as the hub for oil and gas — a title it proudly still holds — the economy in Houston has opened up significantly and features a burgeoning healthcare industry led by The Texas Medical Center, as well as aerospace, tech, finance, and health sciences. It's a top market for jobs and relocation, and its commercial real estate activity is equally strong.


14% Average Returns

Realized Net to LPs


$2.0 Billion 

Assets Under Management


14 MillionSF 

Over 70 Projects



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