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  • Houston

    World leader in the energy/healthcare/aerospace sectors, import/export distribution hub through the Port of Houston, and low cost of living.


  • Dallas

    A magnate for Fortune 500 company headquarter relocations with a strong financial services sector, distribution hub for the southern US, and a cost alternative to primary markets.


  • San Antonio

    Stable economy with a strong energy and government sector, low economic volatility, and low cost of living.


  • Austin

    Rapid growth in technology and entrepreneurship, thriving urban culture of food/music/art, and highly educated workforce.


  • Denver

    Diverse economy including string technology/government/energy sectors, distribution hub for the western US, and a cost alternative to western primary cities.


  • Phoenix

    Diverse economy including strong financial services/manufacturing/healthcare sectors, strong population growth, cost alternative to western primary cities.


  • Salt Lake City

    Diverse stable economy with a growing technology sector, world-class outdoor recreation, and low cost of living.


  • Nashville

    Diverse industry growth, growing cultural icon of music/food/sports/art, and a cost alternative to primary markets.


  • Charlotte

    Expanding financial services hub, highly educated workforce , significant infrastructure investments, and low cost of living.


  • Raleigh-Durham

    Innovative hub for technology and bio-medical sectors, highly educated workforce, revitalized urban center, and low cost of living.


14% Average Returns

Realized Net to LPs


$2.0 Billion 

Assets Under Management


14 MillionSF 

Over 70 Projects 


Featured News

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New Industrial Demand Won’t Be Met for Years

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Pricing Discovery Remains Elusive Amid Thin Deal Flow

NREI | Beth Mattson-Teig | May 21, 2020

Edward Griffin Discusses post-COVID Office Market Trends on StreetBeats

CrowdStreet | Edward Griffin & Darren Powers | May 5, 2020

Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis for the Coronavirus Crisis: Public and Private Real Estate

Nareit | Nicole Funari | Apr. 2, 2020

Commercial Real Estate in Tumultuous Times

CrowdStreet | Ian Formigle | Mar. 20, 2020

Griffin Partners Acquires Property In Greenway Plaza Submarket

Bisnow Houston | Christie Moffat | Feb. 5, 2020

Houston’s office market continues to see tenant demand for new construction

Colliers International | Lisa Bridges | Feb 3, 2020

Griffin Partners buys west Houston office building

Houston Chronicle | Katherine Feser | Jan. 14, 2020

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