Redbrick, since its inception in 2011, has focused on capex intensive projects to couple financial returns with quality lasting impact achieving abnormal risk-adjusted returns for our partnerships while protecting capital
“Land is a limited resource. Redbrick creates value through the sustainable re-development of existing real estate assets”
Nicola De Martino – Founder and Partner
Redbrick has invested and managed on over 300,000 sqm of assets, transforming old, obsolete, non-functioning properties into state-of-the art buildings and urban spaces.
Redbrick has intervened in brownfields, with pure development investments, has rebuilt entire urban blocks and refurbished abandoned or underused buildings, achieving a two-fold objective: to create value for its partnerships and to provide positive lasting impact on the territory.
The urban regeneration
Urban regeneration has become strategic in Italy. The limitations to the use of new land have opened the door to a more tailored and sophisticated process of re-use, re-edification of the urban fabric, together with a strong focus on energy-efficient buildings.
Redbrick has developed a strong track record in being able to invest and intervene in extremely challenging and logistically complex urban assets creating virtuous circles among the stakeholders of the value creation process: its teams, partners and investors and the local governmental bodies.
NPLs and complex distressed situations
More than half of the NPLs in Italy have underlying real estate assets spread over the Italian territory. A real estate “problem solver” such as Redbrick with the capability of analyzing potential and the relevant capex plans to reposition them, as well as its thorough local knowledge, is able to design strategic value-creation plans and implement them through a disciplined day-to-day hands-on approach.