Jeff Staubach's New Company Wants To Place $200M In 2 Years
Staubach Capital and Columbus Realty are seeking investment opportunities in North Texas. The goal: to place $150M to $200M of equity in the next 24 months.
A multifamily project in Frisco was the first investment for Staubach Capital, co-founded by Jeff Staubach last year after he left JLL, where his father, NFL Hall of Famer Roger Staubach, remains an executive chairman.
But Staubach Capital is seeking other opportunities, Staubach told the Dallas Morning News. Multifamily is the primary focus, though he is eyeing other asset classes.
"We have been evaluating and looking at a handful of different projects," Staubach said to the DMN. "We also have a few mixed-use deals we are looking at right now. And not a bunch of office, but potentially some medical buildings."
The company will invest family money and equity from outside investors. It is particularly looking in DFW and Austin.
SRP Medical's Scott Wilson and Marc Goldman partnered with Staubach to form Staubach Capital last year and invest in the 17-story Star House apartment high-rise in the Dallas Cowboys' Star development.