With more than 25 years of successful real estate development throughout the Sunbelt, Stolz Partners LLC is an innovative developer of mixed-use communities, single family home developments and resort communities and condominiums. Founded in 1990 by Will Stolz as The Stolz Company, the Company expanded in 2015 by naming two key associates, Phillip Galbreath and Mark Eisenbeis, as partners. At that time the Company was renamed Stolz Partners LLC. Efficaciously weathering the economic downturn by buying distressed real estate assets and turning them around, Stolz Partners has successfully developed more than $1 billion dollars of residential and mixed-use real estate in five states and currently has more than $600-million of projects in the pipeline.
Committed to excellence in development, Stolz began with single family communities in and around Atlanta from 1990 through 1995. During this period the company completed 12 developments encompassing over 1,000 lots. In 1995, Stolz expanded its focus to include upscale condominium development, condominium renovations and conversions, as well as resort developments. It also expanded geographically beyond Atlanta to include projects in Florida and North Carolina.
Emerging from the economic downturn of 2006-2010 with extensive real estate holdings that were purchased in default, the Company was poised for tremendous opportunity and growth. As the market recovered, Stolz was able to monetize these assets through renovation, repositioning and redevelopment to emerge with a profitable portfolio of projects.
Recognized for its quality architecture, design and implementation, today Stolz Partners, LLC is a vibrant and creative development company with active projects in Georgia, Texas and the Carolinas.
Metro Atlanta: completed 12 developments encompassing over 1,000 lots between 1990 & 1995
Atlanta, GA: 62-unit Cotting Court, a high-end, midrise condominium
Atlanta, GA: 80-unit The Clifton, a high-end-midrise condominium
Jacksonville, St. Augustine & Orlando, FL: converted and renovated more than 1,300 condominiums
Atlanta, GA: Brookhaven Registry, upscale community of 23 lots
Atlanta, GA: Six Hills, upscale community of 71 lots
Atlanta, GA: The Lake at North Valley, upscale community of 27 lots
Highlands, NC: Ravenel, luxury resort development of 31 lots
Cashiers, NC: Pinchot, a luxury resort development 0f 40 lots
Completed more than $300 million in real estate investments throughout Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Colorado
Houston, TX: Purchased and renovated three buildings in the Montrose area & Museum District on Hyde Park Blvd, Banks Street & Garrott Street. All three buildings are renovated & being sold as condominiums.
Galveston, TX: Purchased the historic Clarke and Coats printing building in downtown and completed a major renovation and repurposing as The Strand Lofts. The project was awarded the Renovation of the Year from the Galveston Historic Society and The Galveston Landmark Commission.
Houston, TX: Montrose, 24 units
Houston, TX: Montrose, 17 units
Houston, TX: Montrose , 20 units
Houston, TX: Drake, 16 units
Houston, TX: Museum District, 7 units
Galveston, TX: The Strand Lofts 36 units
Atlanta, GA: Broadwell House, 6 units
Atlanta, GA: Milton House, 18 units
Charlotte, NC: Bellgrove, 28 homes
Charlotte, NC: Brookmeade, 66 Homes
Greenville, SC: Verdae, 177 homes
Greenville, SC: Coachman Plantation, 99 homes
Atlanta, GA: Fernwood Creek, 90 homes
Atlanta, GA Independence, 780 homes + 560,000 sq. ft. of commercial
Steamboat Springs, CO: Marabou, 62 homes
Houston, TX: The Sophie, 42 units
Houston, TX: Giorgetti, 32 units
During the Great Recession, Stolz Partners and its affiliates purchased over 3,100 residential lots as well as 513 houses and condominiums located across five states. The company focused on acquisitions where exit prices could be quantified at acquisition. The majority of these assets have been liquidated. The returns generated for the investment partners have been very favorable.
Even though the recession has ended, Stolz Partners continues to seek out residential acquisition opportunities in recovering markets.
Stolz Partners has a long history of developing lots for local, regional, and national builders. The attraction of having a house and a yard that is close to good schools is fundamental. The company has developed thousands of lots and currently has projects in Atlanta, GA, Charlotte, NC, and Greenville, SC.
There is a strong migration underway by millennials and empty nesters back into cities all over the country. By purchasing well located apartments and then extensively renovating them Stolz Partners is able to offer a relatively affordable option in prime locations. The company currently has projects under way in Houston and Galveston, Texas and is actively pursuing several other markets.
Broadwell House is a small, new construction condominium concept that SP is building in Crabapple, GA. New walkable communities are springing up in suburban locations all over the country. People want urban style (walkable) amenities in the suburbs. These locations are proving to be particularly attractive to empty nesters. Thus far their primary option has been town houses. The problem with a town home is stairs. The company has designed and is building a small condominium building that is highly appointed and addresses the need for one level living. The group believes that there is a significant opportunity to take this concept to other markets.