AUSTIN, TEXAS — Today, Lincoln Ventures announced that student housing industry veteran Jonathan Reyes has joined as Executive Vice President of Acquisitions.
Reyes will be tasked with defining and executing the firm’s acquisition strategy. Jonathan will work closely with the executive team on capital raising, corporate initiatives and expanding the acquisition platform nationwide.
Prior to Lincoln Ventures, Jonathan served as Director of Acquisitions for Nimes Real Estate, a California-based family office, leading the firm’s student housing acquisitions. Previously he worked as Vice President of Acquisitions for Harrison Street, a national real estate investment management firm, where he led sourcing, underwriting and due diligence for student housing assets.
“We are thrilled to have Jonathan join the Lincoln Ventures team,” said Francisco Rios, Executive Vice President of Investments for Lincoln Ventures. “His institutional background, strong industry relationships, and robust experience combined with our existing in-house expertise in student housing will give Lincoln Ventures an edge in the acquisitions space.”
The addition of Reyes to the Lincoln Ventures team marks a new strategy for the Austin-based real estate investment firm, which has historically focused on institutional- quality, ground-up developments. Lincoln Ventures is best known for its successful student housing developments at the University of Texas at Austin, including Ruckus, Ruckus 2.0, Moontower, and Waterloo.
“Lincoln Ventures takes an experience-driven approach to design, creating spaces that drive excellent user experience. This is something we’ve done successfully in ground- up development and are excited to bring to the acquisitions space as well,” said David Kanne, CEO of Lincoln Ventures.
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LV Collective is an Austin, Texas-based real estate investment firm focused on acquiring, developing, and managing high-quality real estate in superior locations throughout the United States. Since its founding in 2012, LV Collective has expanded the business to include student housing and multifamily assets in excess of $3.5 billion. For more information, visit: https://lvcollective.com/about. For renderings, logos, headshots, and additional media assets, visit: https://lvcollective.canto.com/.