Founder & Managing Principal
Anthony Rinaldi, as Founder & Managing Principal, oversees all aspects of the firm’s strategic initiatives and operations, including investment strategy, acquisitions, capital raising, leasing activities, development and the execution and management of the firm’s portfolio.
Since Saxum’s inception in 2014, Anthony has leveraged his extensive knowledge of individual markets and his distinct understanding of demand drivers to establish Saxum’s unique investment strategies. He capitalizes on his vast network and personal relationships within the real estate community to create opportunities and respond to market changes that are unseen and overlooked by others. Anthony has led Saxum through explosive growth to become one of the fastest growing boutique real estate private equity firms in the nation, with a team of over 20 professionals, multiple offices and a nationwide investment portfolio that includes 6 million square feet across 30 assets and over $1 billion in investment capitalizations.
Prior to founding Saxum, Anthony served as an advisor and consultant within the brokerage community. In his various roles, he oversaw the leasing and management portfolio of four million square feet of assets on behalf of corporations, REITs, family offices, special servicers, and private equity and institutional investors. His responsibilities have included project leasing and marketing, portfolio management, acquisitions and dispositions, and asset management in a variety of product types including office, retail, multifamily and industrial.
In 2017, Anthony was recognized in NJBIZ's "Forty Under 40"
In 2017, Anthony was recognized in Real Estate Forum's "Fifty Under 40"
In 2019 & 2020, Anthony was recognized by the Opportunity Zone Expo as a “Top 25 Opportunity Zone Influencer: Fund Managers & Developer Category."
In 2020, Anthony was recognized by NAIOP with the Developing Leader Award, a national award with five recipients from across the country under the age of 35.
Anthony is a graduate of New York University with a B.S. in Real Estate Finance. He currently serves on the Editorial Board for NAIOP’s Development magazine and a Co-Chair of the Developing Leaders program.