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FORTE Partners brings together a holistic and well-rounded blend of talents, capabilities and competencies to the forefront of real estate investment, development and successful exit in Romania, all under one roof.
VISION
Strategic thinking

Value Creation

Marketing

Raising equity capital and securing debt financing

Harvesting & Exiting
EXECUTION
Master planning and conceptual design

Detail oriented project and cost management

General Constructor tendering and monitoring

On time and in budget execution with excellence
CLOSING
Asset acquisition

Due diligence

Land development

Leasing and sales strategy definition and execution

Facility management
Complementary Talents
Every partner has decades of business experience, acumen and they all have made substantial personal investments in our projects. More importantly, everyone involved shares the same values of respect, responsibility, trust and fairness.
100,000,000

total value
8,000,000
sqm
transformed land
365,000
sqm
developed buildings
10
created brands
7
sucessfully exited brands
4
successfully exited companies
Sustainable Income Generators
At the moment we have in our portfolio 15 income generating properties with a mix of high street retail, historical mansions, boutique and newly built office buildings. Tenants include blue chip companies such as Omniasig Vienna Insurance Group, Banca Romaneasca, Veneto Banca, Millennium Bank, Generali, Whirlpool, Gewiss, Sensiblu and Mega Image with long term leases.
Successful exits
We have developed and exited several residential and office projects in the market downturn to international investors at market leading yields.

Two office buildings were secured with blue chip tenants in 2008 and 2009 and exited in 2012 and 2013. Tenants included companies such as IKEA, Nokia, Unicredit Consumer Finance, Ipsen Pharma, Dole, Veneto Banca, Emerson and Deutsche Leasing.

Boutique residential projects aimed at the high end market, in two of the most sought after areas of the city, were developed in 2011 and 2012 and exited in 2013 and 2014.