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Taylor Street CEO Patrick O'Meara said the new partnership with JB Capital aligns well with his company's strategy

Taylor Street, JB Capital Partner on Lending Fund

Alternative credit manager JB Capital is partnering with Taylor Street for JB Capital’s Real Estate Lending Income Fund. The fund provides solutions-oriented capital to owners, operators and developers of multifamily and industrial real estate assets in key markets across the U.S. 

Under this partnership, Bellevue, WA-based JB Capital will leverage Phoenix-based Taylor Street’s national real estate expertise, further allowing Taylor Street to now provide its clients access to institutional alternative asset management. 

“We are excited for this new partnership with JB Capital as it follows through on our commitment to expand Taylor Street’s commercial real estate business,” said Patrick O’Meara, founder and CEO of Taylor Street. “With a history of investing in underserved markets, the team at JB Capital has an investment philosophy that aligns well with the foundation of Taylor Street’s ongoing strategies as well as our shared principles of taking a client-first approach.” 


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