Private Equity Real Estate Investments

Virtua Partners is a global private equity firm specializing in commercial real estate.

We sponsor a variety of investment funds and commercial real estate projects across the United States and currently have 16 million square feet of assets under management or development.

Our Organization

Through Virtua Partners and our family of vertically integrated companies, we provide debt and equity origination, asset and property management, debt restructuring, commercial real estate development, and fund management.

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Featured News & Highlights

Virtua Capital Management Welcomes Senior Vice President of Business Development

Scottsdale, Ariz. — October 7, 2019 — Virtua Capital Management (“the firm”), the capital formation arm of global private-equity real-estate investment manager Virtua Partners, is pleased to announce the hiring of Michael Roman who will serve as Senior Vice President of Business Development. Mr. Roman will head up distribution for Virtua Capital Management offerings launched

Virtua Capital Management Welcomes New Chief Compliance Officer

Scottsdale, Ariz. — September 24, 2019 — Virtua Capital Management (“Virtua”), the capital formation arm of global private-equity real-estate investment manager Virtua Partners, announced today the hiring of industry veteran, Curtis R. Christensen to serve as Chief Compliance Officer. Mr. Christensen brings over 19 years of experience in the investment management industry serving various asset

Virtua Partners Finalizes Purchase of Courtyard by Marriott in Winston-Salem, NC; Strategic partnership with Hotel Equities promotes continued growth through new development and acquisitions

SCOTTSDALE, AZ and ATLANTA, GA – (August 22, 2019) – Virtua Partners announced the purchase of a 126-room Courtyard by Marriott under construction in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Hotel Equities will manage the Marriott hotel in downtown Winston-Salem when it opens in Q1 2020. Hotel Equities and Virtua Partners joined forces last year to expand upon their