PMB Capital Investments is a privately held real estate investment and development company based in Dallas, TX. The principals – Peter Pincoffs, Matt Mildren, and Taylor Baird – have over 30 years of combined real estate and capital markets experience including the development of over 5,000 residential lots and over $750 million in direct real estate acquisitions. PMB has the flexibility to invest across all real estate product types and in equity, debt and/or mezzanine capital structures. The company primarily targets major cities in the southwestern US with strong population growth projections.
PMB Lending provides first lien, non-recourse debt to single family lot development projects in major Texas markets.
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The Station is a new, mixed-use entertainment district in Sachse, Texas. Located on President George Bush Turnpike, between Miles Road and Merritt Road, the master development plan sits on 119 acres. The project will feature multifamily and single-family residences, restaurants, retail, office and entertainment options, all surrounding the green space of Sachse’s Heritage Park. PMB Capital and the City of Sachse devised a forward-thinking, public-private partnership to fund the public infrastructure and park renovation to bring this development to life for the residents of Sachse and surrounding communities. The Station is scheduled to open in early 2020. For more information, visit http://thestationtx.com.
Woodcreek is a master planned community situated on 1,600 acres located just ten miles east of Lake Ray Hubbard within the city of Fate, TX. The development affords easy access to both I-30, LBJ Freeway, and the George Bush turnpike. This community encompasses numerous amenities including a fully equipped fitness center, a junior Olympic-sized pool, spray park, hike & bike trails, parks & playgrounds, and nearby top-rated golf courses. PMB manages all development activity, provides project accounting, and manages the municipal utility districts related to the project. Learn more at http://woodcreekfate.com/.
The Bluffs at River East
The Bluffs at River-East is a single family development located on the east bank of the Trinity River, 3 miles northeast of downtown Fort Worth, near the up and coming Race Street entertainment district. The site adjoins a new Class A multifamily development that is under construction by Criterion Development. PMB Capital is developing approximately 51 single family detached lots for Havenwood Homes, an affiliate of Robert Elliott Homes. For more information, visit www.bluffsfw.com.
Ventana is new $500 million master-planned community in west Fort Worth. The community, located on Chapin School Road between I-20 and US 377, features award-winning builders David Weekley Homes, CalAtlantic Homes, and Dunhill Homes. Home prices range from the upper $200s to the mid $400s. Learn more at http://ventanatx.com/.
A new $250 million development in the works for Sachse will bring new housing, commercial and retail space. Called The Station, the 119-acre mixed-use development will be built on Bush Turnpike between Miles and Merritt roads. The development is on both sides of the turnpike.
PMB Lending, a subsidiary of Dallas-based PMB Capital, provided the financing needed to get the development of the home lots in the Woodcreek master-planned community in Fate off the ground.
A new Dallas company plans to loan up to $100 million to builders and developers to construct more housing lots. PMB Capital said Wednesday that its subsidiary plans to finance up to 75 percent and 80 percent of the cost of residential land developments in major Texas markets with its PMB Lending firm.
Aiming to fill a void in capital markets for single-family developers and home builders, PMB Capital Investments has formed PMB Lending, a discretionary pool of capital focused on lending to residential developers with a target of up to $100 million dollars.
Dallas investor making affordable homes part of this new $500M community in DFW | June 28, 2017, 10:05 am CST
Dallas-based PMB Capital Investments plans to kick off a new $500 million master-planned community in Fort Worth, which will bring homes from the upper $200,000s to the mid $400,000s to this part of North Texas.