Private equity

Our holdings include oil and gas mineral royalties and a growing real estate portfolio of landmark commercial properties across emerging U.S. urban markets.

Energy

Mineral holdings

Between 2015-2020, we built one of the largest oil and gas mineral royalty assets in the world with ownership rights in the Permian and Anadarko basins of Texas and Oklahoma.

Years of aquisition

2015-2020

2015
Investments

Real estate

Since the 2018 purchase of The Ziggurat building, where Echo is headquartered, we have further developed and diversified our real estate holdings through acquisition of interests in other landmark commercial properties across emerging U.S. urban markets.
Property
The Ziggurat

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Description
89,277 SF

Echo’s otherworldly headquarters in downtown OKC is a Cubist marvel resembling ancient Mesopotamian temples. Originally designed to house fitness amenities for a local energy company, Christian Kanady was inspired in 2018 to purchase and repurpose the vacant building when Echo planned a relocation from the suburbs. The Zig won multiple architecture awards, including the prestigious AIA National Honor Award for Regional and Urban Design following its construction in 2012.

Property
Colcord Hotel

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Description
110,448 SF

Built in 1910 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1976, The Colcord was the first skyscraper to grace the skies of downtown Oklahoma City. Located adjacent the Devon Energy Tower, Paycom Center, and OKC Botanical Gardens, it reopened as a boutique hotel in 2006 and remains a charming local landmark.

Property
Skirvin Hotel

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Description
194,756 SF

Completed in 1911 and built in the Art Deco architectural style, The Skirvin is Oklahoma City’s oldest hotel. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it was beautifully restored and reopened in 2007. With a legendary guest list record that boasts politicians, celebrities, and world leaders, the hotel remains an iconic and dazzling feature of downtown.

Property
Wells Fargo Center

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Description
564,065 SF

With 28 floors of office space and attractive amenities, the Wells Fargo Center is Winston-Salem’s signature office tower. It is located within walking distance to the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter as well restaurants, hotels, and area arts and entertainment.

Property
Town Pavilion

Kansas City, Missouri

Description
802,071 SF

Town Pavilion is the second-tallest habitable building in Kansas City and third tallest in the state of Missouri. The 38-story mixed-use office and retail tower occupies a full city block in downtown.

Property
1201 Walnut

Kansas City, Missouri

Description
480,886 SF

This 29-story office tower is located in the heart of the Kansas City central business district, steps away from the Sprint Center and Power & Light District.

Property
Salesforce Tower

Indianapolis, Indiana

Description
957,667 SF

Built in 1990 and located near Monument Circle in Indianapolis, the 49-story Salesforce Tower is the tallest building in Indiana.

Property
One Columbus Center

Columbus, Ohio

Description
407,472 SF

Located in the heart of downtown Columbus, One Columbus Center is a newly renovated 25-story office tower with prime amenities and views of the Scioto River.

Property
Convergence

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Description
502,500 SF planned

Planned for completion in 2025, the mixed-use Convergence development spans a 5.5-acre site near NE 8th Street and I-235. Located in the heart of the OKC Innovation District with connectivity to the state’s two largest universities and adjacency to the State Chamber of Commerce and Oklahoma Department of Commerce, Convergence is designed to be an epicenter for collaboration, workforce development, economic diversification, and innovation.

When the best of academia, industry, policy, and infrastructure align - and investment capital is thoughtfully deployed as a connector - lasting financial and societal gains are not only possible, they are inevitable.

Our philosophy

Connective Capital

Investors can be more than capital allocators. They can be value creators.