Qualitas has built a consistent track record as an alternative capital provider across the real estate spectrum, with transactions spanning senior debt, mezzanine and equity.
We have a history of working with high-calibre development and investment partners, providing flexible, tailored financing solutions. A sample of our transactions is provided below.
Qualitas acquired a property portfolio of ten flour-milling and bakery operations across Australia to create the Qualitas Food Infrastructure Fund
This unique offering has elements consistent across real estate, infrastructure and agricultural investments, and brings benefits from each sector. It delivers long-duration income from a tenant who is Australia’s leading supplier of flour products – Allied Pinnacle. The properties provide exposure to a resilient part of the food sector, with flour-based products making up over 20% of the Australian diet.
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Qualitas provided a mezzanine debt facility for a prominent Canberra based developer. Upon completion the project will include 230 apartments, 21 retail suites and a 180 room hotel.
The project is located within walking distance to the Canberra CBD and is adjacent to the new light rail line.
Qualitas provided senior debt funding for the construction of the Annandale Place project – a joint venture between Le Hunte Properties and a private family office.
The project is a boutique development of 21 apartments and 7 terrace houses in a supply constrained area, just 5 km from the Sydney CBD.
Qualitas provided a $81.5 million first mortgage facility to assist with the construction of Ivanhoe Apartments, located 10km north east of the Melbourne CBD. It comprises 248 apartments across 14 levels offering a mix of 1, 2 & 3 bedroom accommodation as well 5 retail and commercial lots.
The Qualitas facility provided a financing solution that enabled prompt site commencement and certainty of funding.
Qualitas provided funding for the Watsons Grove apartment project in Sydney’s Epping.
The project comprises the development of 3 x 5-storey residential buildings consisting of 141 apartments and 171 car spaces. The property is located in an established residential locality and within 400 metres of the Epping Town Centre and railway station.
Qualitas provided mezzanine finance for the $107 million ICONIC Waterloo apartments and associated retail space – a joint venture between developers Thirdi and Milligan Group.
The project is a high quality boutique development of 76 apartments in an area where the majority of competing supply is larger high rise developments.
Qualitas provided a $33.5 million mezzanine loan to BPM Group for the $300 million Shadow Play development in Melbourne’s Southbank. The project is a luxurious 46-level, 486-apartment complex, which will also feature ground level commercial/retail space, and a Podium rooftop and pool.
Qualitas invested $15 million as a preferred equity partner, in the Manhattan Terraces project, located in Brisbane’s West End.
The project is designed by multiple local architects and takes a different approach to the burgeoning number of high-rise towers in the city. Each of the 80 terraces have their own titles, high-end fixtures and private rooftop retreats.
Qualitas formed an equity joint venture with Toga Group to acquire multiple parcels in Kensington and to undertake a planning proposal to rezone the properties into mixed-use, with the intention to develop up to 380 residential apartments.
The property is located closed to the new CBD and South East Light Rail line currently under construction, reinforcing the need for greater residential density.