Chicago, Illinois (May 2018) – Bryson Clements has joined 29th Street Capital’s (29SC) Chicago office as a Senior Vice President of Acquisitions focused on military housing nationwide for seniors, students, disabled veterans and active-duty personnel.
“Bryson has a remarkable track record that exemplifies what we look for in new hires,” said 29th Street Capital’s Managing Director Robert Bollhoffer. “He has had a variety of leadership and entrepreneurial roles that involved investments, management and capital markets as well as a host of other skills. We are thrilled that he joined our team and is definitely going to make a difference in launching our military housing efforts.”
Military housing traditionally focuses on active duty soldiers near bases. Clements and 29SC are expanding this sector to develop branded properties nationwide that are tailored for seniors, students and disabled veterans, with each property facilitating access to veterans’ benefits, military installations and care facilities.
Clements has over 12 years of experience in investment banking, management consulting, and as a buy-side investor and portfolio manager. His clients ranged from Fortune 100 corporations to private equity firms across several industries. He advised on deals as large as $18.5 billion for various corporations, municipalities and financial sponsors such as Berkshire Hathaway.
He served 16 years as a Senior Counterintelligence Officer in the military and Department of Defense, leading elite teams in global operations. Clements was also a Strategic Advisor to the Chairmen of both the Senate Finance and the Intelligence Committees. He earned a B.S. in Accountancy from Brigham Young University and an M.B.A. from Chicago Booth – University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.
Formed in 2009, 29SC is a privately-held real estate investment and advisory firm that employs a value-added investment strategy in acquiring properties that fall below the radar of institutional peers. 29SC’s multifamily portfolio consists of over 7,500 units and it has acquired over 11,600 units across its 14 offices in the U.S. Investments typically require approximately $10 to $100 million of total capital and involve the acquisition or recapitalization of real estate assets, portfolios or platforms.