ABOUT SILA CAPITAL
Creating opportunities since 2010
Sila Capital was founded with a single goal in mind: to develop real estate projects with enduring value and the potential to become timeless.
Our team of creative professionals carefully evaluates each project in order to adhere to both financial and time constraints.
We work closely with investors and municipalities to exceed expectations and have a positive impact on the communities we serve.
CEO, Sila Capital, LLC
Sila Capital is a privately owned real estate development and investment firm focusing on ground-up development of Class A multifamily projects in the $30M-$60M range.
The company started in 2010 by buying non-performing commercial mortgages and building a 200,000 sq. ft office portfolio.
In 2016 the company broke ground on its first multifamily development, and since then has built multiple Class A multifamily communities with a total budget of over $200M and over 1 million gross square feet.
The company has recently expanded its footprint in the Southeast U.S. region, where it is developing projects in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Alabama.
What drives our success
As a leader in the real estate development space, Sila Capital embraces four foundational principles:
It all starts with planning. If you don’t know where you’re going, any road will take you there. A well-planned, top-down investment strategy is essential for success.
The best strategies are informed by data and tempered by rational decision-making. We leverage our history and expertise in the real estate space to find ideal opportunities in the markets with the most potential.
Nobody hands you value- you have to make it. We create value through skillful portfolio management and a hands-on approach.
We defend your wealth by accurately managing risk- ensuring that your portfolio not only survives but thrives, regardless of underlying market conditions.
Sila Capital at a glance
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Active in several markets, including Indiana, Alabama, North Carolina, and South Carolina
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