CGB Develops Commercial Properties
throughout the U.S.
66 years. 1,000+ projects.
15M+ square feet developed. $1.4B value created.
One purpose: Strengthen communities and relationships.
When it comes to commercial real estate development and investment, there’s very little that Capital Growth Buchalter hasn’t seen or tried. Our extensive experience and expansive relationships have made us a connector–with quality services, people, capital, and expertise.
Being a connector means always executing with excellence. Execution is everything, affording better opportunities and providing greater confidence. We work to ensure that everyone does what needs to be done for the collective benefit.
Whether it’s a simple single-tenant net lease project or a demanding, decades-long preferred development program, the aim is always the same: to strengthen communities and relationships.
CLIENTS WE'VE SERVED
Having developed approximately 700 locations in 11 states spanning nearly 20 years, Capital Growth Buchalter is a long-time, valued partner for Dollar General.
CGB leverages our knowledge and strategic position to develop retail, medical, multi-family, mixed-use and office & industrial properties across the continental U.S.
CGB has extensive experience in evaluating and managing real estate acquisitions. Known for attention to detail, consistent performance, and relational integrity, CGB works to create win-win scenarios in our projects.
CGB invests in a variety of real estate assets with its most recent investments in multifamily assets in Texas and Georgia. Our team is committed to bringing optimal value to our partners and the communities we serve.
LATEST CGB NEWS
Capital Growth Buchalter partners with the City of Birmingham, Elyton Hotel, and Texas Roadhouse to Share the Love
When the holidays roll around, we often focus on sharing the love with those around us. “But at Capital Growth Buchalter, we believe that showing love to our community is an ongoing endeavor,” says Robert Buchalter, CEO at Capital Growth Buchalter (CGB).
PORTSMOUTH — A nearly 14-acre stretch of vacant land along Frederick Boulevard near the Kroger Marketplace and Interstate 264 ramps could get three drive-thru restaurants if the City Council approves a developer’s plans.Alabama-based Capital Growth Buchalter wants to build a Starbucks, a Chipotle and a Zaxby’s on the property, as well as a car wash.
Milo’s Hamburgers plans to open its new location in Cahaba Heights this month.
According to the Vestavia Voice, the Birmingham-based burger chain’s new restaurant is planning to open in early September. It will be the 21st location for Milo’s, according to the chain’s website.