LBG Realty Advisors, LLC is a privately-held real estate company that specializes in the acquisition, investment and development of commercial real estate properties in the western United States. Founded by Leslie Lundin, Doug Beiswenger and David Goldman, the company focuses exclusively on opportunistic investments with a strong preference for retail properties.
LBG is comprised of a multi-disciplinary team of industry veterans with complementary skills and expertise in real estate finance, development and redevelopment, operations and retail leasing. The Company was founded by Leslie Lundin, the former Senior Vice President-National Director of Originations for Inland Mortgage Capital Corporation, and Doug Beiswenger and David Goldman, owners of the real estate investment firm Allied Retail Partners, LLC.
Each principal brings an average of 20 years’ experience specializing in entrepreneurial and uniquely complex ventures. Experienced with all major property types (retail, multifamily, office, industrial) and geographic regions, LBG’s principals have executed on over 100 transactions, all opportunistic. LBG is able to leverage long-term, established relationships with investors, retailers, brokers, banks and property owners and capitalize on its principals’ proven track records and expertise in the real estate industry in order to address the complexities of today’s challenging deals.
Based in California, LBG’s principals have specialized in Western United States retail throughout their careers and have a deep understanding of local markets. The principals have each demonstrated the ability to achieve significantly above market returns through creative deal structuring, disciplined due diligence processes, and the ability to consistently provide innovative solutions to complex and seemingly insurmountable deal-specific issues.
$1 billion in 90 loans
Acquired and/or developed 21 commercial real estate projects
Completed over 230 retail lease, sublease, and sale transactions since 1994 for a total of approximately 2.3 million square feet