Agilitas Capital was established in 2012 by founding partners Barrett Bilotta, Eamonn Healy and Ken Rubin. Through a mix of acquisitions and ground-up development, the Company quickly became the leading private student-housing operator in New Hampshire, with current assets under ownership and management of approximately $100M.
The Company’s first renewable energy investments grew out of a strategy to exploit synergies with its real estate business. Based on early success, Agilitas Energy was formed to more aggressively pursue stand-alone opportunities in the Northeast. Today, a talented team manages the full life cycle of phases spanning development through construction and asset management.
Agilitas Capital exists for the benefit of its clients and their constituencies as well as for its investors and employees. We uphold the highest ethical standards in our business dealings and have earned a reputation for fairness and integrity. All major decisions are based on rigorous analytics, open debate and consensus conclusions. Through our affiliated companies, Agilitas Energy, Golden Goose Properties and Golden Goose Property Management, we protect our investments and participate in various stages of the value creation cycle.
Agilitas and partner NH Solar Garden enabled us transform idle land into an environmentally friendly, revenue generating asset.
Southwestern Community Services locked in long-term electricity savings with Agilitas and New Hampshire Solar Gardens with the certainty of the sun coming up. We’re going to save over $300,000 over the next 20 years plus we are meeting our sustainability objectives.
The Town of Durham has worked very closely with Golden Goose Properties for the last five years. The company has proven to be an excellent partner that works collaboratively with the Town to solve problems and find win-win outcomes. Their Madbury Commons development was a massive undertaking with complicated challenges and schedules and they constructed a high quality complex that has been transformative in Durham.