Boston
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Strategy

While Three 33 Properties has aggressively acquired assets in specific markets, it has adopted a 3 tiered model in order to deliver the most positive impact to its communities . We refer to these tiers in no order of importance, Dominion,  Domination and Long Term Vision.

Dominion

a specific and geographically focused strategy to acquire groups of multi tenanted real estate assets in our target transit, highway, transportation, business, healthcare, and school oriented  areas by street name in our core submarkets, within 20 square miles of our service depots where brokers, tradespeople and landlords know our team by first name.

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Domination

executing on the acquisition of multiple multi-tenant real estate assets over a continuous period of time according to those same focused, specific geographic locations in highly desired, transit, school, healthcare, and business densely populated areas.

Our Team establishes a long-term business plan to create a more efficient marketplace and to raise awareness around our ability to improve the standard and quality of living for our customers - our tenants.

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Long Term Vision

Three 33 has a very precise road map to take dominion and then dominate multifamily categories in very specific and focused geographies.  We believe we can quickly disrupt our spaces by acquiring groups of smaller value-added assets (where we have no competition) in our specific geographies for institutional syndication.   

 

We can then further refine and create efficiencies with economies of scale in each dominated ecosystem.  The result of this can be newly established, geographically focused Three 33 warehouse silos to supply tradespeople; with raw materials such as but not limited to; carpentry, painting, plumbing electric, HVAC, and flooring.

 

Logistics and convenience will play a big role in the future. Today, tradespeople lack economies of scale, convenience and most importantly dignity.  Most of them are treated as second level, yet their contributions to workforce housing are indelible.