Navigate Beyond Tomorrow

Commercial Real Estate Investment, Advisory and Service

About Us, Our Name and Logo

Black Cap Halcyon” symbolizes, peace, tranquility and prosperity.

Black Cap Halcyon is a bird – also known as a kingfisher – which, according to legend, has the power to calm the winds and stormy seas so as to safely nest around the time of the winter solstice when nights are longest and daylight most limited. Black Cap Halcyon understands that markets and the world in which we live are stormy by nature. We seek to navigate them and create tranquility as we protect our investors’ nest eggs for future generations. We know that knowledge – light – is precious. 

Together, our Rock and Bird logo and the Black Cap Halcyon name embody our view of life and investing. The Rock – the bedrock on which we build – is our anchor. It is representative of the conviction of our values. And, its permanence is the fundamental building block of real estate. The Bird is our aspiration, and symbolic of the human spirit, soaring above the tumult while gazing at broader horizons beyond the view of most.  

Though it may seem impossible to hold back the winds, calm the stormy seas and build something better for future generations, legend reminds us that it can be done. At Black Cap Halcyon, we believe our success is measured in our day-to-day striving. And that excellence is an ongoing pursuit.



What Makes Black Cap Halcyon Different?


Black Cap Halcyon offers institutional expertise and strategic direction in a nimble and entrepreneurial format.


We take a long-term perspective to maximize the value of investments over multiple cycles.


We own and operate each property directly on behalf of its core investor group, thus exerting direct control over the asset performance.


Our investments are not purely discretionary to the sponsor or management team; we welcome active engagement by our core investors.


Our Approach

At Black Cap Halcyon our investment strategies are designed to achieve accretive, risk-adjusted returns over long horizons that are likely to include one or more full cycles.