Our Strategy

Maximizing investor returns through direct commercial real estate investments.

Our foresight and ability to successfully align with market trends sets us up for optimal success. We consistently achieve superior risk-adjusted returns by leveraging our diverse capabilities along with our specialized and established position within the industry and our target markets.



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What is the company's overall investment strategy?

Denholtz Properties is a privately held, fully integrated real estate development, investment and management company with more than 60 years of commercial real estate experience.

Denholtz Properties actively targets multi-tenant office and industrial properties in select markets to diversify risk and provide maximum returns for its capital partners.  Our entrepreneurial spirit and decades of experience have enabled us to consistently grow a diverse, multi-state portfolio reflecting a variety of property types and locations consisting of millions of square feet of quality real estate. We consistently achieve superior risk-adjusted returns by leveraging our diverse capabilities along with our specialized and established position within the industry and our target markets.

Who can participate in an investment?

To participate in an investment, you must be an accredited investor.

What is an Accredited Investor? 

Federal laws require that companies register with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) prior to selling any securities to investors. These laws are designed to protect investors. However, there are certain exemptions to this registration requirement. 

One exemption from registration is provided by  Regulation D, which  allows companies to offer securities to “accredited investors” in a private offering.  Accredited Investors are defined by the SEC as individuals with income exceeding $200,000 annually ($300,000 per couple) with the expectation of that continuing, or a net worth of more than $1 million, excluding the value of the primary residence. 

How do I verify my accredited status? 

Denholtz has two ways to proceed with verifying your accredited status. 

  1. Use denholtz.accredd.com and complete the verification process online
  2. Use a qualified, independent third-party verifier, such as your CPA, attorney, or wealth advisor. You may use the verification letter template below. 

Can Denholtz Verify my accreditation? 

No, Denholtz is not an SEC-qualified party and cannot verify your accreditation. Please do not upload financial documents directly to your investor portal account for this purpose.

Denholtz does not require and will not store this type of documentation for you to invest on the investor portal. We only require a letter verifying your accredited status, per SEC rules.These letters are valid for 5 years. 

What kind of documentation is required to verify my accreditation? 

The majority of investors are asked to supply to their SEC-qualified verifier copies of W-2s or tax returns to verify annual income, and/or account balance statements to verify net worth, but additional requirements may vary depending on the complexity of the investor’s financial situation. 

We suggest either reaching out to your CPA, attorney, or wealth advisor, or visit the FAQ section at Accredd.com/FAQ.


How do I transfer my ownership of an investment?

You must send a completed Transfer Request Form to Investor Relations in order to begin the assignment process. This form consists of the consideration amount, ownership percentage being transferred, and the investing entity that is involved in the transfer. You will also need to provide supplemental documents for your transfer request. The required documents are listed in the package below:

Requesting a transfer of ownership for your investment will require the Assignee to be an accredited investor, as per the Operating Agreement. Accreditation status must be verified through denholtz.accredd.com, or you may use a qualified, independent third-party verifier such as your CPA, attorney, or wealth advisor.

Upon receipt and approval of the Ownership Transfer Request Form and required documentation, please allow 7 business days for the preparation of the assignment. The assignment document must be notarized. 

How do I sign up for the Investor Portal?

To become a Denholtz investor, please complete the form here. As a reminder, you must be an Accredited Investor in order to participate in our offerings.