Matecumbe Capital Management is a privately-held, South Florida based real estate ownership and consulting organization. Since its inception in 1995 Matecumbe Principals have provided 3rd party consulting services for numerous Wall Street lenders and investment funds as well as investing and managing their own privately-owned portfolio of commercial real estate. With roots originating in the emerging opportunistic real estate markets of the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, the firm has first-hand experience in understanding the fundamentals of the cyclical real estate markets and how to take advantage of rapidly-changing market dynamics.

Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, MCM focuses its resources and talents in the following distinct business lines:

  • 3rd party Consulting, Asset Management & Bankruptcy Receivership    Since 1995 Matecumbe has served Institutional Lenders, Wall Street Investment Funds, Bankruptcy Courts/Trustees, and private investors in all facets of real estate acquisition, ownership, underwriting, securitization, and disposition. Clients have included Lehman Capital, Nomura, GMAC/CII, General Electric, Goldman Sachs & Co, J.E.Robert Companies, Breeden Capital, Strategic Asset Capital, BlackRock Partners, Steinhardt Group, Morgan Stanley, Credit Agricole, and numerous others.
  • Property Management    MCM has an in-house division dedicated to excellence, accuracy, and efficiency in the daily management of commercial real estate. From 24/7/365 service to detailed, customized financial reporting MCM’s staff has managed over $1.0 billion in real estate assets. Specializing in Office and Flex products, MCM currently has expertise in both multifamily, retail, and marina projects throughout Southeast Florida.
  • Internally-Owned, Private Investment Portfolio    As shown in the “Our Portfolio” page, Matecumbe Principals are managing equity members of multiple ownership entities concentrating on office and industrial properties in Florida. Bridging a full-circle of economic cycles, and involving development, value-enhancement or stabilized “cash-flow” business models, Tom Lihan and Steve Santolla have been responsible for the identification, acquisition, strategy execution, and disposition of over 15 transaction totaling nearly 2.0 milllion square feet of office, multifamily, industrial, and hotel assets. With a significant equity participation in each deal, MCM has been incentivized to maximize the recovery and minimize the risk associated with every project. In 14 years of operation, the lowest calculated IRR on an MCM deal was 32%.