A Nimble, Flexible Approach
Timberlane has built a track record of forward-looking investing, leveraging markets as they evolve. This has allowed us to deliver strong returns across a variety of economic climates, primarily through value-added strategies with multi-family and mixed-use product, but also with new construction, commercial, and hospitality.
Timberlane evaluates each deal with a keen appreciation of risk vs. reward. Our offerings range from highly stabilized cash-flowing properties to out-of-the-ground construction, and returns vary accordingly. Key to our approach is a proactive effort to explain the profile of each deal to our investors, so they can make informed choices about their exposures.
Timberlane is not a blind-pool fund. Rather, we pursue new projects on an individual basis. This allows us to be transparent about the underwriting for each deal, which aligns with our drive to provide frequent, detailed, and realistic communication. This approach is inherently conservative, as we require true “buy-in” from our investors every time we pursue a property.
Silver Lake Pool & Inn
In the News
With spring quickly approaching, the itch for travel may be hard to ignore. Though you might want to jump on a flight to your favorite vacation destination, you should also consider adding some new locations to your radar.
From chic bed-and-breakfasts to sprawling modern luxuries, these hotels are notable bright spots in a city filled with stars
The Silver Lake Pool & Inn is the result of a two-year face-lift that blends lived-in looks with modern updates.
In recent years, Salt Lake City has harnessed a strong mix of low costs, millennial magnetism, and tech expertise to spur significant growth — both demographically and economically.
The century-old, converted warehouse offers many unique features, like tall ceilings, exposed brick, and a back loading dock that now serves as open patio space to the building’s tenants.
Botanica, which started as an online magazine in December, now has a restaurant and market in Silver Lake. [The Silver Lake Market property is a Timberlane-owned asset.]