Brookland Capital is a real estate development and investment firm specializing in the acquisition and development of real assets primarily in Brooklyn, New York’s most exciting neighborhoods.
Brookland Capital is a pioneer in the Renaissance of Brooklyn. Founder Boaz Gilad spearheaded the Brooklyn resurgence over fifteen years ago when he began focusing on Brooklyn-based opportunities.
Brookland is committed to finding the balance between quality and price. We focus on unique investments which are off-market, underutilized, undervalued, or located in areas which have inherent near-term prospects for appreciation.
Brookland has developed a proven, profitable approach in Brooklyn. Our focus on primary and secondary markets allows us to leverage growing demand and constricted supply in the Brooklyn marketplace. We target land and neglected buildings to create beautiful living spaces in emerging areas.
Our project portfolio includes ground-up construction of small to mid-sized properties. Brookland leadership have completed several hundred units of condominium development projects, and are currently developing over 600 units, spread over 40 projects and totaling over $200 million.
Brookland has acquired over 100 properties and has brought more than 2,000 units to the market, emerging as a leader in the development of high quality housing.
Our components create a winning formula. We have an in-house, off-market purchasing team. Our on-site construction management maintains strict standards of quality control. Our back-office support handles expediting and condominium coordination. We have a full accounting and financing team in our Bed-Stuy flagship office location.
Our deep market knowledge and experience, hands-on local management team, swift and efficient execution, and exclusive deal pipeline all fuse to make Brookland Capital among the most active developers in all of Brooklyn. The Brooklyn real estate market outlook is a positive one—and so is the Brookland Capital market.
Brookland enjoys supporting the communities of Brooklyn, in particular Von King Park, the School Basketball League of Bedford-Stuyvesant, and the Hannah Senesh Community Day School.