DiNapoli Capital Partners (“DCP”) is a privately held real estate investment firm engaged in the acquisition, development, and management of hotels, multi-family, office, and senior housing assets.
The firm was established in 2005 by F. Matthew DiNapoli, a founding principal of the successful Maritz-Wolff Hotel Equity Funds. Shortly after the firm was launched, Matthew Campbell, formerly of Lowe Enterprises, and Chuck Bond, formerly of Fairmont Hotels, joined DCP as founding partners. DCP has executed over $4.9 billion of real estate transactions. DCP invests in commercial real estate assets on behalf of institutional equity partners, opportunity funds, and high net worth individuals as an operating and managing partner. DCP’s investments are structured with direct principal involvement and meaningful contributions of its principals’ capital, which effectively aligns the interests of the firm and its capital partners. In 2013, Heather Turner formerly of Maritz-Wolff and Broadreach, joined DCP as Managing Director in charge of hotel investments.