We focus on commercial and multifamily real estate investments that create new opportunities for stakeholders while generating value and strong financial returns for investors.
Our competitive advantage is driven by a diverse management team focused on unique opportunities provided by Black and Latino communities, vendors and mission-aligned tenants.
Malcolm Johnson directs Langdon Park Capital’s overall strategy and operations.
Previously, he was a Director in JPMorgan’s Commercial Real Estate group, where he led the firm’s efforts on a new platform that deployed equity into affordable and workforce housing projects in markets across the country. Johnson joined JPMorgan in 2012 as the senior coverage banker in the firm’s Real Estate Banking group in Los Angeles, where he underwrote and arranged $3 billion in debt financing for institutional real estate developers and investment firms. From 2006-2012, Johnson was a vice president in the Commercial Real Estate Banking group at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. Prior to his banking career, Johnson played professional football with the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets and Pittsburgh Steelers from 1999-2003.
Johnson has been a guest lecturer for the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University, UCLA Anderson School of Business, University of Southern California Marshall School of Business, the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, the National Football League and numerous schools and non-profit organizations in South Los Angeles and his native Washington, DC.
Johnson serves on the Sustaining Board for the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, Advisory Board for the Fitzgerald Institute for Real Estate at the University of Notre Dame, Local Advisory Committee for LISC LA, Board of Trustees for the Marlborough School, Board of Trustees for the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County and Corporate Advisory Board for The Brotherhood Crusade, a non-profit organization supporting low-income South Los Angeles residents.
Johnson received his Masters in Business Administration from the Tepper School of Business at Carnegie Mellon University and his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame Mendoza College of Business.
Raymond Junior heads the team at Langdon Park Capital responsible for residential investment opportunities, from deal sourcing through asset management and disposition. Junior also sits on the firm’s Investment Committee.
Before joining Langdon Park Capital, Junior was founder and CEO of GreenShoots Communities LLC, a finance and community development consulting firm. Prior to that, Junior enjoyed a 19-year career at JPMorgan where he served as a Director in the firm’s Community Development Banking group, sourcing, underwriting and closing $1.5 billion in credit facilities for the development of affordable housing. He also served as the group’s Regional Head of Underwriting. Junior previously worked in Real Estate Acquisitions within JPMorgan’s Asset Management group and in M&A in the firm’s Investment Banking unit. Prior to joining JPMorgan, Junior spent 10 years as a commercial real estate appraiser.
Junior received his Masters in Business Administration from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management and his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Real Estate Finance, from the University of Southern California.
Richmond McMurray is responsible for ensuring Langdon Park Capital’s compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, establishing effective legal strategies to protect the firm’s interests and promoting our core values of integrity and transparency while supporting the organization in the fulfillment of its mission.
Prior to joining Langdon Park Capital, McMurray was Vice President, Legal for Athene, a private equity-owned insurance firm, where he led the company’s public company reporting and capital markets activities and its securities laws and regulations compliance efforts. Prior to joining Athene, McMurray was an associate at Latham & Watkins LLP where his practice focused on capital markets, M&A and public company representation. McMurray previously worked as a manager in the audit practice of KPMG LLP, specializing in matters of revenue recognition and share-based payment transactions. Over the course of his career, McMurray has advised on capital markets activity exceeding $20 billion at various tiers of the capital structure.
McMurray received his Juris Doctor from Harvard Law School, his Masters in Business Administration from Harvard Business School and his Bachelor of Science in Accountancy from California State University, Northridge. McMurray is admitted to the State Bar of California and is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in the State of California.