We are fierce.
Fierce advocates for our clients.
Fierce in our pursuit of excellence.
Fierce believers in doing the right thing.
Fierce believers in finding a better way.
Fierce believers in the power of real estate to transform.
Mandi Wedin, MSRE.
Over the last 20 years running multi-billion-dollar real estate portfolios, Mandi delivered results to investors by leading change and creating value out of change.
Mandi has built and led high-performing and diverse investment management teams at a public REIT and private equity real estate investment firms, while delivering hundreds of millions of dollars of sustainable, reliable results to investors and customers.
At Feroce, she brings that experience to bear for her clients.
We help forward-thinking owners position their real estate and teams to succeed during times of disruption. We work with our clients to translate change into value creation.
We approach the spectrum of change from necessity to desire through two different perspectives on ROI.
- The traditional, financial lens of Return on Investment to identify the financial benefits.
- The relevance assessment lens of Risk of Ignoring to identify the risk of being left behind.
We work with our clients to chart the path forward through the shifting landscape of commercial real estate, technology, and consumer demographics. We are translators across the varied languages of commercial real estate investment, ESG, proptech, capital markets, sustainability, DEI, and hybrid workplace strategy.
At Feroce, our focus is to provide our clients with options that deliver the best results.
Because real estate matters. It impacts our lives on all levels. It forms the backdrop for all of the moments in our lives – it is where we live, where we work, where we shop, where we eat, where we provide services to our communities, where we meet, where we heal, where we educate future generations.
When we invest in real estate, we are investing in the community where it is located and making an investment in the future. Getting it right matters – it matters to the members of the community where it is located, it matters to the investors who rely on the results for their retirement benefits, and it matters to the people who occupy it.
The building will continue to be there long after the first round of ‘grand opening’ banners are taken down. Over the decades, the community will look to it to continue to be a good citizen, occupants will look to it to serve their needs in a sustainable manner, and its investors will look to it to provide returns that support their needs.
ULI Washington Presentation – Retail. Then. Now. Next?
February 11, 2021
ULI Washington Panel – Working through a Downturn
December 10, 2020
September 8, 2020
August 28, 2020
July 16, 2020
May 15, 2020
May 6, 2020
CREW DC Presentation – Retail, What’s Next?
April 21, 2020
April 1, 2020
BREW Presentation – Retail Revolution or Retail Evolution?
February 25, 2020
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