Bank of America Center is owned by a joint venture of M-M Properties, serving as General Partner and asset manager for the ownership, and an affiliate of the General Electric Pension Trust, advised by GE Asset Management.
M-M Properties, a real estate investment firm founded by Kenneth S. Moczulski, is a privately held real estate investment firm that seeks to provide exceptional, risk-adjusted returns to its investors through superior execution of carefully developed strategies. M-M Properties’ senior management have worked together for tenures ranging from seven to 17 years through several firms and have deep experience throughout real estate market cycles and multiple project phases including acquisition, disposition, recapitalization, development, and investment management across a broad range of property types and within all major U.S. markets. The company or its principals have engaged in these real estate investment activities on behalf of investors, partners or for its own account across a portfolio of assets that has included over 29 million square feet of office projects and almost 17,000 multifamily units with a cumulative transaction volume of approximately $8.5 billion.
GE Asset Management Incorporated (“GEAM”) is the exclusive real estate advisor to the General Electric Pension Trust, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the General Electric Company. GEAM and its predecessor organizations have been investing in real estate on behalf of the GE Pension Trust since 1953 and since 1989 have served as an investment advisor on behalf of other institutional investors via a series of Limited Partnerships. Focusing on private real estate opportunities, GEAM today manages more than $6 billion (gross market value) in real estate assets worldwide.
Houston based PM Realty Group is the exclusive leasing agent for the project, and property management services are provided by M-M Properties.