Partnerships are essential to our business success. Our many partners enable EMD to offer a holistic approach to projects allowing us to optimize outcomes for our clients. Below are a few highlighted relationships.
Tree Ridge Capital, LLC is a boutique commercial real estate capital markets firm formed in 2010 by twenty-year industry veteran John G. Vollbracht. The company sources and structures equity and debt for select projects and clients. Additionally, the firm provides real estate asset management, real estate brokerage and advisory services. Tree Ridge Capital, LLC works collaboratively with EMD Holdings, to underwrite and arrange capital for development projects. The two firms are collocated in Cincinnati, Ohio.
We understand location is everything and EMD is currently looking to continue a track record of successful partnering with economic developers in emerging markets to drive economic expansion. We assist in identifying specific needs within your community and tailor a program that meets those needs.
We offer adaptive re-use and design-build concepts to fit every market size and budget. Now more than ever before, it is crucial to offer prospective employers the entire package – real estate, incentives, available workforce, strong community support and a developer with specialized experience with investing in emerging markets. With EMD on your team, you instantly gain access to expert resources to guide you through the process of attracting your community’s next employer.
Saint Francis Group specializes in assisting passive owners of complex, challenged, neglected and underdeveloped properties. Our tailored set of real estate services enables a property’s upside to be realized through entitlements, incentives, repositioning and development.
Saint Francis Group’s members have served as elected government officials, economic development specialist, and private commercial real estate developers & operators. Having practical experience, in both the public and private sectors, affords us the unique perspective and know-how to create public-private partnerships, allowing policy and property to work together to create prosperity.