Heritage Equity Partners Specializes in Venture Capital and Private Equity
Heritage Equity Partners Specializes in
Venture Capital and Private Equity
Heritage Equity Partners is a private investment firm that
works with families and successful entrepreneurs to
successfully deploy, grow and harvest a portfolio of direct
private equity investments. The firm is highly regarded in the
industry for providing the most promising private equity
investment opportunities to the private investors in its
Their global private investment community includes some of
the worlds most experienced and successful entrepreneurs,
leveraging their collective operating experience.
The centralized infrastructure of Heritage Equity Partners
provides dedicated resources to conduct the due diligence
needed to evaluate and structure each investment, and manage
these investments post closing.
This NYC based firm works with a global network of
entrepreneurs and their families to support their diversification
efforts in acquiring control and minority stakes in operating
companies and real estate. Toby Moskovits is the founder of
Heritage Equity Partners.
She has over ten years of experience advising companies
across a range of industries and stages on strategic and
operational growth strategies. Toby possesses an astute
understanding of the real estate industry and keeps her
knowledge updated with the latest trends of the market.
Since 2008, Heritage has been primarily focused on real
estate investing, driven by opportunities created by the lack of
liquidity and attractive pricing in the market for the purchase
of development sites.
Toby Moskovits is an excellent speaker and is often invited
to prestigious conferences to share her views about ongoing
real estate trends. She recently appeared at The Brooklyn
Historical Society's Real Estate Roundtable and participated in
discussions focused on story behind the current transformation
under way in the Brooklyn real estate market. The Real Estate
Roundtable is a quarterly luncheon series dedicated to
examining historical activity in the borough and predicting
future trends in real estate.
Attended by key players in the Brooklyn real estate market
included notable owners, lenders and brokers, Toby was
invited to participate in the most recent event in November of
She and Darryl C. Towns, the New York State commissioner
of Housing and Community Renewal were the prominent
speakers, introduced by Stephen Palmese of the brokerage
firm Massey Knakal and Christopher Havens of the
Williamsburg based Apartments & Lofts.
Following Toby’s talk about her experiences in Brooklyn
prior to the recent real estate boom, the audience took part in
an active discussion about the factors that led to the current
real estate growth and economic boom that has catapulted
Brooklyn into the international arena alongside of Manhattan
as a place to visit, dine and live in.
With hard work and focus, Toby Moskovits’ steadfast
leadership continues to propel Heritage Equity Partners
forward. Toby is a visionary investor and has created
significant value for her investment partners through her
creative approach to sourcing, structuring and financing real
estate deals in a market that continues to be challenged with
regard to financing and liquidity for real estate development.
About the Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable
Located in the 1881 landmarked Brooklyn Historical Society
building, the Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable is a quarterly
luncheon series dedicated to examining, analyzing,
reviewing and predicting the critical issues in Brooklyn real
estate. It's where all of Brooklyn's real estate professionals
gather to discuss timely and important issues affecting the
industry. Attend the Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable and
join participants from firms such as Muss Development, Toll
Brothers, Thor Equities, Hudson Companies, Brody Group,
Forest City Ratner, Two Trees Management and Douglaston
Development. All Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable
proceeds benefit the Brooklyn Historical Society.
Speakers at the Brooklyn Real Estate Roundtable have tackled
issues such as demographic changes, financing availability,
transportation initiatives, hotel economics, crime and
economic analysis, all with a Brooklyn focus. Past speakers
have offered useful, detailed information about specific
projects such as 16 Court Street, Hello Living, Atlantic Yards,
80 Metropolitan and the Clinton Collection, to name a few.