Real Estate Firm Focused on Opportunistic Equity and Debt Investments

Investment Strategy

G. Mitchell Capital, LLC (“GMC”) focuses on opportunistic real estate strategies across all major asset types and the top 25 MSAs with a target transaction size between $5 and $25 million. GMC acquires sub-performing loans, non-performing loans, and properties directly that typically have a value-add, redevelopment, or development business plans.

Investment Criteria



Eric Migicovsky

Eric Migicovsky founded G Mitchell Capital in 2024 after gaining 15 years of experience in commercial real estate investing in various roles in the industry. In 2008, following the Global Financial Crisis, he began his career at Beal Bank in his hometown of Dallas, Texas. Beal Bank was known for its distressed and opportunistic debt focus. While at Beal, Eric focused on investment research and acquired $600 million of deeply distressed residential and commercial mortgage-backed securities. 


After Beal, he moved to Los Angeles, California, to work as a generalist for real estate investment bank, Eastdil Secured. There, he performed comprehensive underwriting, structuring, modeling, and valuation for a variety of asset classes across the capital stack, including investment sales, debt placement, and loan sales.  


Following his experience at Eastdil, Eric worked for several real estate private equity and debt firms, including ACORE Capital, Madison Realty Capital, and Canyon Partners, where he focused on originating, underwriting, structuring, and executing debt and equity investments across the country.  


Mr. Migicovsky is a graduate of Boston University (B.S., Business Administration) and the UCLA Anderson School of Management (M.B.A.).  


Eric named his business “G. Mitchell” after his late grandfather, George Migicovsky, whom he had never met, to honor his memory. George was an entrepreneur himself, who started G. Mitchell in 1947, a fourth-generation heating and air conditioning distribution business in Montreal, Canada, which is still in the family today.