• Target disinterested sellers and lenders and markets with high barriers-to-competition
• Determine the demand for any missing products within the market
• Acquire at a discount to the competitive set
• Redevelop the real estate into its highest and best use
• Add value through entitlements and assemblage
• Mitigate risk through phasing, pre-selling, pre-leasing and re-tenanting
Sphere of activity
To maximize returns through the acquisition and development of commercial real estate, using innovative development, effective management, and proactive leasing strategies, while striving to create appreciable improvements in those communities we serve.
Fields of study
Since 1995, Christian Tyler Properties, LLC, ("CTP") has developed and repositioned commercial properties throughout the State of Florida and more recently has expanded its development efforts to focus on the southeastern region of the United States. CTP has vast experience in both typical "ground up" commercial real estate development (office, retail, multi-family, senior assisted living, industrial, and flex) as well as buying distressed properties from community, local, and regional financial institutions and repositioning them in the marketplace As founder of CTP, Kirk D. Eicholtz has grown the company into a highly successful real estate enterprise based in the Central Florida area, being a part of the development of over 4,000,000 square feet of multi-family residential projects, retail, office, and industrial space, as well as two large scale, single family residential communities. As an extension of its development initiatives, CTP has become a noted specialist in buying and repositioning distressed properties. CTP has repositioned, managed, renovated and disposed of a wide range of property types including retail, warehouse, office, mobile home park, restaurant, mixed use and raw land. CTP has acquired small and midsized distressed assets secured by underlying real estate from local community banks to midsized regional banks to national bank groups. CTP has had success identifying under margined real estate loans with title, environmental or documentation issues; and, then, successfully working through those issues to enhance the value of the underlying real estate. In holding to this business model, CTP has been able to uncover value where others saw only insurmountable problems.