Parcel Services

Focusing on a specific building or site, U3 Advisors leverages its deep understanding of non-profit facilities development and management to support our clients through a variety of services including:

  • Site Utilization
  • Financial Analysis and Pro Forma development
  • Transaction Structuring & Negotiation
  • Public Approvals
  • Project Management

Relevant Projects

Jewish Theological Seminary

Beginning in fall, 2014, U3 Advisors was engaged by JTS as the lead project manager and real estate advisor to undertake an ambitious project to reshape JTS’ campus in Morningside Heights. U3A worked closely with JTS leadership to complete an intensive programming phase with its selected architect, execute the land transaction with a third-party developer, and navigate the construction management process. In addition, U3 Advisors led a solicitation processes to select a world-class design architect for the development site.

Academic Institutions: Higher Education, New York City, NY
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New Jersey Performing Arts Center

U3 Advisors has a longstanding advisory relationship with the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark, New Jersey. Most recently, U3 helped NJPAC bring its commercially developable real estate to the market. U3 also proposed strategic land uses and managed the development process with private development partners. 

Nonprofit Organizations, Newark, NJ
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The New School

U3A’s New York office was engaged by The New School in 2008 to help the University consider development options for its valuable site located on the corner of Fifth Avenue and 14th Street—and to analyze a proposal for a mixed-use development it had received from a private developer. U3A ultimately assisted the University to select and enter into a transaction with the developer and then served as project coordinator throughout the project’s pre-development.

Academic Institutions: Higher Education, New York, NY
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University of Toledo

U3 Advisors was engaged by the University of Toledo Foundation in 2016 to forge a cohesive anchor strategy. Faced with stagnating enrollment numbers and underutilized assets, the University and Foundation sought ways to work together to enhance the on- and off-campus quality of life for faculty and students, unlock economic opportunities, and develop more vibrant campus edges to create a college town character. 

Academic Institutions: Higher Education, Toledo, OH
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