Envoy Net Lease Partners
Build to Suit
Capital solutions for developers both large and small since 2011.
Envoy Net Lease Partners specializes in build-to-suit construction financing of single-tenant net lease medical, retail, office and industrial properties — providing up to 100 percent loan-to-cost financing in the form of construction loans, bridge loans and ground lease A/D loans, as well as JV equity financing, for commercial projects located anywhere in the U.S. As one of the top capital providers in the net lease market, we have the resources, know-how and track record to offer what other lenders often cannot.
The benefits of working with Envoy include:
Ample funding capacity. Backed by an institutional investor with $15 billion assets under management, Envoy has a deep pool of capital to finance single development projects and multi-property pipelines.
Certainty of execution. Envoy is a small firm and can make decisions quickly. Our process is streamlined, without the red tape, so once the paperwork is done, a borrower is good to go for all future transactions.
Competitive pricing. With ample capital, Envoy is able to offer some of the lowest-cost debt financing in the build-to-suit construction lending market, especially for projects leased to investment-grade tenants.
1363 Shermer Road, Ste. 309 Northbrook, IL 60062
UP TO 100% LTC FINANCING FOR BUILD-TO-SUIT DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.
With a virtually unlimited capital supply at hand, Envoy has the wherewithal to accommodate nearly all of a developer’s financing needs, up to $20 million per property for commercial properties.
Our institutional backing makes it possible for us to act as a single capital source to borrowers — the most efficient way for developers and tenants to fund large multi-property pipelines. Not to mention, the lowest cost option when compared to traditional bank debt. What’s more, Envoy doesn’t require a developer to sell immediately following construction. Instead, the developer retains full control of the property.
“At the last moment, the city changed our building’s design specs, significantly increasing our project costs. Envoy stepped in and lent us the money to proceed. Without Envoy, the project would have died.”