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Eastview Capital Launches Platform Geared to Small-Balance CRE

Eastview Capital, headquartered in Lower Manhattan’s Financial District, has launched an investment platform intended to allow investors an opportunity to diversify their portfolio through access to private investments within the realm of small-balance commercial real estate.

“Our mission intentionally integrates detailed asset selection, comprehensive due diligence and nimble management capabilities,” said Eastview CEO Daniel Drew. “Each offering has a distinct story and an investment structure tailored to match investor demand with sponsors’ capital needs. When these elements align, and we can invest with astute owners who are making material equity contributions, that’s when we get excited.”

The platform’s three current offerings are in the New York City, Phoenix and Orlando metro areas, and have significant institutional sponsorship. Eastview says its website features a secure environment to review offering materials via an intuitive online investment process. Investment minimums are typically $5,000, and total raise amounts range from $1 to $5 million.  


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