Syndicated Equities

Chicago, Illinois, United States

Syndicated Equities is a private property investment firm with headquarters in Chicago. The company’s diverse portfolio of real estate includes multifamily residential complexes, industrial spaces, medical offices, student housing facilities, and General Services Administration government buildings. Recent acquisitions by Syndicated Equities include the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement building in Jacksonville, Florida, the Rush-Copley Medical Office Building in Aurora, Illinois, and the Fresenius West Coast Headquarters in Concord, California. Providing accredited stakeholders with opportunities to obtain securities in institutional-quality real estate, Syndicated Equities has sold more than $750 million in credit tenant, net-leased properties.

In an effort to give back to the communities that support it, Syndicated Equities and its chief executive officer, Richard Kaplan, make regular contributions to a number of prominent charities and community service organizations. Those that have benefitted from Mr. Kaplan’s support range from the American Cancer Society and the American Heart Association to the Anti-Cruelty Society and the Anti-Defamation League.