Pantzer Properties, Inc. is a fully integrated owner / operator of investment properties on the east coast of the United States. Founded in 1971, the Firm is headquartered in New York City and has offices in Rochelle Park, NJ, Philadelphia, PA, and Herndon, VA with approximately 30 corporate level employees and approximately 220 total employees.
Since its inception, the Firm has been involved in approximately $5 billion of real estate transactions, including acquisitions, dispositions and refinancings across a variety of sectors including multifamily, retail, office, hotel and land and has owned approximately 20,000 apartment units. For the last 25 years, the firm has focused almost exclusively on high rise, mid rise and garden apartment multi-family assets.
The Firm is run by Edward, Jason and Jordan Pantzer who oversee all aspects of the business, including, but not limited to, acquisitions, dispositions, financing, fund raising, asset management, construction management and property management. Various in-house professionals contribute to the day-to-day asset management and property management of the Firm’s portfolio, including Michael Pantzer, who runs Panco Management Corporation, the Firm’s in-house asset management, property management and construction management company. The Pantzers have more than 110 combined years of real estate experience.
Panco Management Corporation (together with its affiliates) (“PMC”) is Pantzer Properties’ wholly-owned private property management company. PMC currently employs approximately 220 people. Panco Management Corporation is a hands-on operator of real estate assets with the market knowledge, infrastructure, financing resources, in-house asset management, property management and construction management
capabilities to implement a variety of strategies which create and unlock hidden value. PMC executes a detailed evaluation process for all investments including extensive onsite property assessment, financial analysis, evaluation of numerous holding term and exit scenarios, structuring financing alternatives, engineering and environmental studies and the assessment of property level value enhancement strategies.