The investment arm of NAI Partners announced its new name: Partners Capital. The business entity was previously known as the NAI Investment Fund. Partners Capital remains a wholly-owned subsidiary of NAI Partners. “Today is an incredibly exciting day for us,” said Andrew Pappas, head of Partners Capital and shareholder at NAI Partners. “Partners Capital represents the evolution of our investment platform and our team’s steadfast commitment to a shared vision. After closing more than $125 million in transactions since 2017, we are well on our way to our stated goal of a portfolio of $1 billion—and we are just getting started.” “Partners Capital has fully deployed three investment funds in three years, continually delivering strong in-place cash flow combined with tremendous upside to its investors through vacancy lease-up, mark-to-market rates and meticulous asset management of its property portfolio,” said Jon Silberman, managing partner of NAI Partners. “Refining the investment fund platform’s identity as Partners Capital will augment its reputation and brand recognition as it goes to market and wins deals, and create increased value for its investors.” Pappas has led Partners Capital for nearly five years. During that time he has spearheaded the acquisition of more than 1 million square feet of office, industrial and retail properties in Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Dallas, and overseen more than $165 million in transaction volume. Kelli Walter is Partners Capital’s senior vice president of asset management, responsible for executing NAI’s business plan for every owned asset and playing a major role in the ongoing growth of Partners Capital’s portfolios and the execution of its investment strategy. Adam Hawkins is a vice president for Partners Capital, whose primary focus is procuring acquisition opportunities. He is also actively involved in property divestitures, executing asset management strategies, and supporting the ongoing portfolio management process. Donna Lanier is Controller of Partners Capital; and Sloan Crady is the platform’s financial analyst. Partners Capital has acquired more than a dozen properties through its three investment funds. The current portfolio consists of office buildings, industrial properties, and retail centers, and totals more than 1 million square feet and over 325 tenants.