Mark Lansman and Jake Borden have launched Six Acre Capital, a real estate investment firm with development capabilities that will focus on the Northeast market.
“We have an extensive network of contacts in the commercial real estate sector and are excited to be branching out on our own,” said the pair, who previously served as vice presidents at Churchill Real Estate Holdings based in New York City. “Our primary focus at Six Acre will be acquiring, repositioning and developing multifamily and mixed-use assets throughout the greater New York, Philadelphia, Boston and tri-state areas.”
At Churchill, Lansman and Borden closed over $1 billion in debt transactions and equity investments. The pair worked on NYC development projects including 263 West 34th Street, 74 Grand Street, and 517 West 29th Street, and were instrumental in the acquisitions of several multifamily and mixed-use properties including 7 Mercer Street, 57 Jay Street, and 809-811 Madison Avenue.
Prior to joining Churchill as an associate in 2014, Lansman was an associate at Rosin & Associates where he performed consulting/advisory work and was an analyst at Enterprise Asset Management, a family office with an extensive real estate portfolio across the US.
Borden joined Churchill as an associate in 2017. Earlier in his career he worked as an analyst at JP Morgan’s Global Real Assets group focused on strategic asset management and debt capital markets for multifamily, office, and mixed-use investments throughout the US.
Six Acre will be headquartered in New York City.