RECENT EXIT: LAND DEVELOPMENT DEAL
BV New Braunfels Land
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*Past performance is no guarantee of future results
Bridgeview offered this investment opportunity to qualified investors to purchase 17.066 acres of land situated in the heart of New Braunfels, TX along the high growth Interstate-35 corridor within Comal County.
Investors were given the option to have their investment and gain returned at recapitalization or to roll all, or a portion of their funds into the development project deferring the tax consequences for the exchange.
On August 31st, 2023, BV Capital's New Braunfels Land investors realized a 34% return over a 20-month hold period. This accomplishment signifies the first of several land offerings in Texas facilitated by BV Capital to progress from land purchase to recapitalization and sale into the next deal phase, development.
OPEN OFFERING: MULTIFAMILY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
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* Due to various risks and uncertainties, actual returns may differ materially from the returns reflected. No return is guaranteed and investors risk the loss of the entire amount of their invested capital. Preferred Return is dependent on share class owned.
BV Capital LLC is pleased to present an opportunity to invest in the ground up development of a farmhouse style “Class A” multifamily residential community containing 356 units and market leading amenities.
The project, named "Landhaus at Gruene" will be developed on the Northeast side of New Braunfels, Texas, one of the fastest growing suburbs in the Austin/San Antonio MSA.
The rapid expansion and population growth in New Braunfels positions our future development well for stable occupancy trends and significant rent growth in the future.
All images displayed are renderings of the future development at 2080 FM 1102, New Braunfels, TX 78130
This project was approved by the city of New Braunfels prior to a substantial increase in the city's impact fees for new developments. This increase in impact fees is estimated to be 3x the cost for new developments in the area creating a high barrier to entry. Due to this dramatic increase in costs, we don't anticipate seeing many new projects moving forward to compete with us in the short term.