Amenities & Other Real Estate
Stein Group International’s varied experience in virtually all aspects of the real estate industry provides a practical benefit in the roles it plays in mixed-use developments.
SGI can apply its first hand knowledge to develop a more viable and sustainable project. The company’s combined practical experience allows it to add more value whether in market studies, financial projections, design, entitlement, finance or sales and marketing.
In complex projects components such as residential, commercial, leisure and other elements are not only incorporated, but also must rely on one another for success. There is no substitute for practical experience when it comes to understanding and providing for the overall project to be of more value than the sum of its individual parts.
SGI’s experience includes the following:
RESIDENTIAL HOUSING: built and sold over 3,000 residential units encompassing a wide variety of building types in multiple markets such as Maryland, Virginia, Florida, Texas, California and Hawaii in the United States and in four regions in Spain.
OFFICE BUILDINGS: owned, built, leased, operated and sold office buildings in California.
LOGISTICAL WAREHOUSES: owned and operated logistical facilities in Barcelona
CONDO CONVERSIONS: built and sold projects in California and in Spain
HOTELS: designed, built, owned and/or operated more than 20 hotels 11 countries
RESTAURANTS, BARS AND CLUBS: owned, developed and operated facilities in the United States and Spain
GOLF COURSES: designed, built, owned and operated 5 golf courses in the United States and Spain.
VINEYARDS AND VINICULTURE: own and cultivate vineyard and produce wine in Spain.
THEME PARKS: In 1997 SGI was engaged by the owner of the then regional and seasonal Port Aventura theme park to secure a contract with Universal Studios in order to have them brand, manage and expand the existing park. SGI was also asked to develop a Master Plan for their surrounding 500-acre golf resort. The company successfully completed its mission. In the year 2000 the park was rebranded as Universal Studios Port Aventura and was thereafter operated on a year round basis. The park now has the highest attendance of any of Spain’s four major theme parks and the resort has become the largest resort in Southern Europe.