At High Street Residential, a wholly-owned residential subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, our expertise is mixed-use projects on premier sites in major U.S. cities, very often adjacent to transit hubs. In the last decade, the company completed more than 4,200 units representing more than $1.05 billion in value. We manage the development of apartments, condominiums and townhomes and have a have a deep background in urban, infill mixed-use residential development, as well as the redevelopment or repurposing of existing facilities. We have a current pipeline of nearly 4,000 units valued at $1.4 billion.
We choose high-growth locations where the city is the amenity, augmenting the vibrancy of the streetscape with responsive, contextual design. Our pedestrian-oriented communities offer a sense of place, character and history, and amenities that complement and enhance our residents’ urban lifestyle.
Although we develop a significant volume of residential units, we view ourselves as a boutique developer. Each High Street Residential property tells a unique story. We’re accustomed to complicated infill sites and arduous entitlement processes – they are part and parcel of building in the most desirable locations where our high-end demographic wants to live. High Street professionals are quite literally building in their own backyards, so they think carefully about how to weave a property into the urban fabric and create environments where their neighbors want to work, live and play.
HSR has a strong roster of institutional equity capital partners including life insurance companies, REITs, private real estate equity funds, and investment advisors representing comingled funds and separate accounts. In addition, HSR has strong lending relationships with many leading debt sources including multi-national, national, regional and local commercial banks, life insurance companies, and investment banks. To date, HSR has completed or has under active development $2.39 billion of residential development projects with debt and equity capital sources.