GH Capital was formed in 2001 as a real estate private equity firm focused on affordable housing investments. Since then it has expanded to other asset classes within real estate, such as market-rate housing, self storage, and development.
Managed by Michael Clark, GH Capital focuses on investing with best-in-class real estate operators and developers, with a primary focus on the affordable housing space. GH Capital is different than many “funds” as its principals own both large and small real estate operating companies themselves. This gives them an enhanced understanding of the unique challenges and risks that operators and developers encounter. Therefore GH Capital is positioned to quickly evaluate and make investments, not only as a limited partner, but also as a general partner, providing co-investment, working capital, and making investments directly into the operating company.
Co-founder and Chief Investment Officer
Mr. Clark is a Managing Partner at GHC Companies. GHC Companies is the parent company of GHC Housing Partners and GH Capital. Headquartered in Los Angeles and managed by Gregory Perlman and Michael Clark, GHC is a vertically integrated real estate company, from investment and acquisitions to asset and property management with a primary focus on multifamily housing. In the affordable housing sector, it is one of the leading operators in the country.
GH Capital was formed in 2001 and is the private equity arm and family office of the partners of GHC and invests in multifamily housing, self-storage, development, lending and other asset classes, including investments in operating companies and general partners. GH has over $2BB in assets
Mr. Clark has been an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Real Estate since 2006, where he co-founded courses in Real Estate Development and Private Equity. Currently, he is a Board Member of Impact Network, an e-learning nonprofit that builds and operates schools in Zambia, and on the board for the ALL WAYS UP Foundation, a nonprofit committed to bridging the gap between ambition and achievement for children in low-income communities. He was a co-founder of Futurism, a media company focused on transformative technologies and is the Executive Chairman of Parallel Markets, a software platform for providing liquidity to privately owned assets.
Mr. Clark holds a master’s degree in real estate development from Columbia University and is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of San
Diego with a dual degree in economics and accounting with an emphasis in real estate.