MacFarlane Partners – Victor MacFarlane
MacFarlane Partners has provided real estate investment management services to institutional investors via commingled funds and separate accounts since 1987. MacFarlane Partners has managed real estate separate accounts on behalf of more than 25 institutional investors, including the AFL-CIO Building Investment Trust, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, the Sacramento County Employees’ Retirement System, the Teacher Retirement System of Texas, and the pension plans of AT&T, General Motors, United Technologies and Verizon. MacFarlane Partners focuses exclusively on investments that promote smart growth, urban revitalization and sustainability in urban and high-density suburban submarkets of select “Gateway Cities” within the United States with the objective to achieve investment success while making a difference in the communities in which we invest.
Development Project Portfolio (Partial):
Park Fifth, a 24-story, transit adjacent downtown L.A. high-rise consisting of 347 rental apartments, 360-degree-view rooftop deck and 5,300 square feet of retail space. Trademark, a seven-story, transit adjacent residential building with 313 rental apartments, 14,000 sq. ft. outdoor courtyard and street-level retail space across from L.A.’s historic Pershing Square. Legacy at Westwood, a multifamily residential property developed on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. South Bay Galleria, a Redondo Beach, CA, regional mall. 1100 Wilshire, an office high-rise in downtown Los Angeles that was converted to residential use. Ladera Center, a neighborhood shopping center in the Ladera Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles. Metropolitan Lofts, a rental apartment community built in downtown Los Angeles. Wilshire Vermont Station, a mixed-use community built atop a subway station along the Mid-Wilshire Corridor of Los Angeles. The Hotel & Residences at L.A. Live, a 54-story high-rise built adjacent to the Staples Center and the LA Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles.