August 23, 2017
Joseph Binder leads a dynamic team at Inland Private Capital Corporation (IPC) that has demonstrated the ability to capture and navigate market trends, while pivoting into a wide variety of diverse investment strategies and deal structures. Over the past five years, the soft-spoken, yet fiercely competitive dealmaker has led the Oak Brook, IL-based firm to nearly triple its assets under management and become the market leader in 1031 Exchange Delaware Statutory Trust (DST) offerings.
Those are just some of the reasons we chose Binder to be one of the ten national 2017 Next Generation Award winners. Connect Media’s Next Generation Awards recognize young leaders in the commercial real estate industry who are likely to be influential for years to come.
Eschewing an assembly line process, his innovative approaches have resulted in the acquisition of nearly $4 billion in assets, including shopping centers, single-tenant net-lease properties, multifamily, self-storage and student housing. He’s also overseen the placement of nearly $3 billion in financing, across conduit, agency, bank, mezzanine and credit-tenant-lease debt structures, and a similar amount in DST equity offerings.
The shifting demand drivers and “retailization” of healthcare has led Binder to focus on the healthcare/medical office arena. Since 2014, he has been responsible for the acquisition and syndication of 20 healthcare properties, totaling approximately $215 million in value.
Come see our honorees accept their awards at:
– Connect New York on Sept. 19 2017 at The Underground, Rockefeller Center
– Connect Apartments on September 28, 2017 at the InterContinental Los Angeles Downtown
– Connect Houston on November 2, 2017 at Station 3
– Connect Westside L.A. – December 2017, location to be determined
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