Preston Hollow Capital

  • Cleveland-Area Massive Project Lands $49M in Financing

    Preston Hollow Capital completed financing of Pinecrest, a $240 million development currently underway in Cleveland’s suburb Orange Village. Developer Fairmount Properties plans to complete the project by mid-2018.

    Cleveland 13 April 2017 14:12
  • Preston Hollow Capital Secures $49M for Cibolo Canyons

    Preston Hollow Capital, a diversified merchant bank, launched in January 2014 by the former longtime President and Chief Executive Officer of ORIX USA, Jim Thompson, announced that it has completed a $48.9 million financing for the Cibolo Canyons Special Improvement District, a 2,100-acre mixed-use master-planned community near San Antonio. The bond funding transaction will be used to provide reimbursement of infrastructure expense to the developer of Cibolo Canyons, Forestar Group Inc.

    San Antonio 08 November 2014 19:11

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