The firm’s investment strategy focuses on acquiring and repositioning, redeveloping or otherwise improving neighborhood and community shopping centers anchored by necessity-based retail. Specializing in the middle-market (transactions ranging from $10 million to $50 million), Unison implements hands-on operational improvements and provides suburban residents the necessary convenience of retail options.


Acquire Middle-Market Retail

  • Target mis-managed and under-utilized shopping centers
  • Competitive deal flow resulting from specialist focus and market dominance
  • Leverage network of direct tenant relationships and local leasing agents

Manage Risk

  • Focus on necessity-based and convenience-based retail
  • Target supply-constrained, secondary markets
  • Match demographics with retailer demand

Add Value as Specialist

  • Operational hands-on improvements to drive NOI growth
  • Re-tenant, re-position, and re-develop property
  • Utilize best-in-class 3rd party property managers/leasing agents

Maximize Returns

  • Improve asset liquidity for wide pool of buyers at sale
  • Returns generated from current yield and capital appreciation
  • Time exits for optimal profit