GK Development, a Chicago-based commercial real estate investment firm, has rebranded as GK Real Estate. The company said that the rebranding was prompted by changes the firm has experienced over the past 25 years.
“Our business has grown into more than just development,” said Garo Kholamian, president of GK Real Estate. “We are a full-fledged real estate investment firm that acquires, develops, re-develops and deploys capital in properties that can create added value, provide dependable income and offer tax-advantaged investment opportunities depending on the needs of the investor. We’ve changed our name to better reflect who we are today and how we will continue to do business moving forward.”
The real estate firm owns retail centers, office buildings and residential assets across the country and is in the process of redeveloping several centers from enclosed shopping malls into outdoor mixed-use plazas that include entertainment, dining, retail and residential components.
GK Real Estate sponsors investments programs for both accredited and non-accredited investors, including bond offerings, equity private placements in single real estate assets, single asset debt offerings, and single asset 1031 exchanges/Delaware statutory trust offerings.