Capstone Equities was formed to make strategic, value added investments in real estate related opportunities throughout major Commercial Business Districts with emphasis on New York and Washington DC; targeting office, multi-family, mixed-use and retail. Capstone Equities is owned and managed by Joshua Zamir and Daniel Ghadamian, who combined have over 25 years of experience in the real estate sector and a track record of placing over $200 million of equity and purchasing over $1 billion of real estate assets over the last 5 years.
Joshua was a founding principal of Zamir Equities, a Manhattan based real estate company and previously the principal director at The Moinian Group. Daniel was the director of acquisitions at Zamir Equities where he handled the purchase and refinancing of over 2.5 million square feet in a 24 month time frame. They have owned, managed and/or invested in over 25 transactions including such prominent properties as 14 Wall, 4 New York Plaza, 80 Broad, 44 Wall, 132 West 31st street, 30 Flatbush Avenue, 587 Fifth Avenue and 156 William Street. The Company has completed transactions with top tier institutional investment partners such as The Carlyle Group, Capmark Investors (TRECAP Partners), and Harbor Group International.
Daniel Ghadamian, the co-founder of Capstone Equities, has multiple responsibilities at Capstone including leasing, acquisitions, asset management, construction, and redevelopment. Daniel has negotiated over one million square feet of leases. Including notable retail and office leases with tenants such as CVS, Chase, TJMAXX, NYU, Cornell Medical and DCAS (City of New York). He has also overseen over $100m in capital expenditures. Major repositioning includes, lobby upgrades, Times Square Signage, mechanical systems and new storefronts. Daniel has also been responsible for sourcing the recent acquisitions of 570 Seventh Avenue & 5 East 59th Street, among others. Previously, Daniel was the director of acquisitions at a Manhattan based real estate firm where he was involved in commercial management and leasing, construction, and investor relations. He became the director of acquisitions and assisted in the purchase and refinancing of over 2.5 million square feet, such as the acquisitions of 80 Broad Street, 5 Hanover and 132 West 31st Street.