Real Estate Strategy

Providing diversified investment strategies and long-term income.

BlackBee’s Real Estate portfolio invests in a range of property types including residential, commercial and social housing assets. Our portfolio covers core and opportunistic strategies across various properties, with assets diversified by tenant and sector helping to reduce volatility. Our goal is to create a portfolio that blends stable and growing income for our investors while protecting them against downside risk and preserving capital.

Our team has experience in acquisitions, development, asset management and financing throughout the capital stack. We primarily focus on small to medium-sized assets with our value-driven and opportunistic investment review process allowing us to identify suitable opportunities. We invest in locations and sectors where we believe occupier demand has the potential to be strongest and sustained into the future, while being aware of changing market dynamics such as technology disruption, infrastructure and wider social changes.

Active Areas


A focus on development and refurbishment opportunities to address the lack of affordable housing.


Primary focus on prime and suburban locations within the Dublin market.

Social Housing

Solutions to address the nationwide deficit of social housing while providing long-term income.

Our Approach


We target modern residential care facilities with excellent track-records in care delivery. Assets with expansion potential provide opportunities to enhance trading performance and centralised operations allows for greater efficiencies.


We seek to acquire undermanaged, well-located assets and manage and improve the properties by maximising their value, before selling the assets and returning capital.


We seek to drive returns by leveraging our expertise and relationships in exploiting asset inefficiencies, whether through on going management, leasing, financing or design and development.

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Social Housing Insight

Addressing the Social Housing Crisis in Ireland