Harbor Group International

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Harbor Group International, with a portfolio valued at approximately 3.8 billion, has been acquiring properties for profitable commercial real estate investing since 1990. HGI currently owns more than 10.5 million square feet of commercial properties and in excess of 24,500 apartment units. Acquisitions – Harbor Group International – Real Estate Investment Company Real estate investment company Harbor Group International is actively engaged in the acquisition and ownership of real estate investment properties throughout the United States and select European markets. Based in Norfolk, Virginia, with additional offices in New York, Chicago and Tel Aviv, Israel, our $3.5 billion real estate portfolio is comprised of multifamily, office, hotel and retail properties. Joint Ventures Will provide equity to strong sponsors on any property types mentioned on this site. Benefits of Dealing with Harbor Group International Privately Held, No Bureaucratic Committees Responsive and Expeditious Flexible Proactive Office Building Acquisition Criteria Markets: Nationwide Deal Size: $10 million - $250 million Central Business District* Primary, secondary, and tertiary markets Class A, B 100,000+ square feet Stable or value-added opportunities Suburban Primary, secondary, and tertiary markets Larger, self-contained business parks preferred Class A, B Multi-tenanted 100,000+ square feet Brokers: Additional criteria: http://www.harborgroupint.com/acquisitions/real-estate-investment.aspx For acquisition information, contact: Matthew Jones, CFA Director of Acquisitions Seven St. Paul Street, Suite 950 Baltimore, MD 21202 Phone: (757) 708-6978 Fax: (757) 640-0817 mjones@harborg.com

Real Estate Specialization
Multifamily
Office
Retail
Hotels
Investment Type
JV partnership
Acquisition/Fee Simple
Investment Style
Value-add
Opportunistic
Development
Typical Deal Size
$10,000,000 - $50,000,000
12.26.2018
12.20.2018
12.20.2018
10.01.2018
09.20.2016
12.04.2012
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Chairman and CEO

Jordan Slone

Mr. Slone is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Harbor Group International, a diversified real estate investment and financial services company with offices in the United States and Israel and properties in three different countries. HGI’s property portfolio of Class A office buildings and apartment complexes exceeds 3.8 billion dollars. Prior to forming Harbor Group in 1985, he was co-founder and Vice President of International Spring Corporation, a Portsmouth, Virginia, manufacturer of inner box springs for the mattress industry. In 1986, the Slone family sold International Spring to Leggett and Platt, Inc., a Fortune 500 company. Mr. Slone serves on the Board of Directors of USA Discounters, a furniture retailer and finance company with 21 stores across the United States. In addition, he is a member of the National Multi-Housing Council Board.

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President

Thomas Litton, Jr.

T. Richard Litton, Jr. supervises HGI’s Transactions Group, which sources and executes all acquisitions, dispositions and refinancings. As President, he also oversees day-to-day operations for the company and its commercial real estate investors. He chairs the company’s Investment Committee and serves as a member of the Executive Management Committee. Mr. Litton has been a guest speaker at real estate industry conferences in New York, Las Vegas, Atlanta, Chicago, and Virginia Beach. He also serves on the Board of Directors of Fulton Bank - Southern Division, the Board of Directors of the Children's Health Foundation of the Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters, the University of Virginia's National Committee on University Resources, and the Board of Trustees of the Virginia Athletics Foundation. Before joining HGI, Litton served as a corporate law partner at Kaufman & Canoles, the largest law firm in southeastern Virginia and one of the largest law firms in the state. Mr. Litton earned his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1992. He also graduated with distinction from the University of Virginia with a bachelor's degree in 1989.

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Vice Chairman

Saul Lubetski

Saul Lubetski is responsible for all aspects of building and maintaining relationships with a worldwide network of institutional, corporate, and high net worth commercial real estate investors. He oversees all commercial real estate investors' reports and distributions. Mr. Lubetski is also responsible for strategic relationships with capital sources for HGI. Prior to joining HGI in April 2000, Mr. Lubetski was Vice President of Global Real Estate and Lodging at Salomon Smith Barney Investment Banking. He worked on numerous financings and merger and acquisition advisory assignments. Previously, he was a tax lawyer at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP, where he worked on merger and acquisition advisory assignments and financial products. Mr. Lubetski graduated from Yeshiva University with a B.A. Cum Laude in Economics and received a Juris Doctor and Master of Laws in Tax Law from New York University School of Law.

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Director

Pinchas Mendlovic

Pinchas Mendlovic serves as Managing Director of HGI and Harbor Group Israel (H.G.I) Ltd. Since 1958, Mr. Mendlovic has served as legal counsel to banks, as well as real estate and investment companies in Israel. Mr. Mendlovic has also served as a consultant to several Israeli government committees with respect to banking and tax legislation. Currently, in addition to his association with HGI, Mr. Mendlovic practices law with his wife. Mr. Mendlovic holds a Masters in Jurisprudence from the Hebrew University, Jerusalem and is also a graduate in Economics at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

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Vice Chairman

David J. Zwiebel serves as Vice-Chairman of HGI and Managing Director of Harbor Group Israel (H.G.I) Ltd. Mr. Zwiebel has over 50 years of experience in investment banking as well as public equity and real estate investments in the United States, Europe, and Israel and is well qualified in matching commercial real estate investors with the right property for them. Mr. Zwiebel served as a consultant to Brean Murray & Co., Inc., a member of the New York Stock Exchange. Prior to immigrating to Israel in 1969, Mr. Zwiebel managed the U.S. office of Goodbody & Co., which at the time was the third largest stock brokerage firm in the United States. Mr. Zwiebel is also very active in many charitable organizations, and currently serves as the Vice Chairman of the Stuchynski Alzheimer's Center in Ramat Gan, Israel. Mr. Zwiebel is a graduate of Yeshiva University in New York and completed courses for an M.B.A. at Bernard Baruch School, City College, New York.

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Director of Acquisitions

Matthew Jones

Capstone Equities

Key Focus Areas
Acquisitions Asset Management Development Real Estate Investing Individual Investors Institutional Investors
Geographical Area
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