Wide-ranging, in-house real estate expertise with an entrepreneurial mindset and institutional money-management discipline.
Who We Are
Managing San Francisco Bay Area mixed-use multifamily and retail property investments to higher value.
Veritas invests where its own employees live, work and play. The team works to create and foster strong, inclusive communities.
Live With Character
Veritas buildings are full of distinctive charm and unique history, but it’s our residents who truly make them special. That’s why we are proud to introduce Live With Character: a quarterly celebration in 2020 of the self-starters whose thoughtful, vital contributions to their community improve quality of life in the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn more about the campaign.
Small acts of intention and purpose can make a big difference in our community. Read how these Veritas residents are living with character.
You don’t have to be in second grade to enjoy a San Francisco park.
That’s the message 150 laughing and scampering kids had March 2 for Mayor London Breed and other dignitaries who, having graduated from swings and slides, still enjoy a good urban play haven like the Turk-Hyde Mini Park, which reopened after an 11-month, $1.7 million makeover.
Renovations feature new playground equipment, landscaping, tables and a bold mosaic bench created by noted Berkeley artist Wilma Wyss and commissioned by Veritas Investments. The bench highlights native pollinators, butterflies and the plants that support them.
It’s a jungle out there – or at least a crowded urban forest. Animals, birds, insects and marine life of all kinds share San Francisco with its nearly 900,000 human residents. Sightings abound of coyotes, foxes and deer – even a mountain lion at Glen Canyon Park in 2017, which was relocated to the Santa Cruz Mountains. However, most would-be co-inhabitants are garden variety critters such as raccoons, possums and bees. Just like any other property owner, Veritas is by no means immune to these wild housemates, but what stands out is how our team looks for solutions that are humane to wildlife guests while we accommodate our human residents.
An innovative mobile health clinic designed to serve at-risk San Franciscans made its debut December 3, funded in part by grants from several San Francisco organizations including Veritas Investments.
The community celebration included officials from the Mayor’s Office, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and Veritas’ CEO Yat-Pang Au and COO Jeff Jerden, plus a cadre of Veritas team members.
The monarch butterfly may be small, but a monumental new public art project in the Tenderloin is putting its beautiful colors and unique patterns on full display. A collaboration between Veritas, Ink Dwell, and the Xerces Society, the 11-story, 50-foot high One Monarch mural is already bringing warmth, light, and love to the neighborhood. The latest (and largest) entry in the studio’s Migrating Mural project will soon cover three walls of 455 Hyde in vibrant color while promoting awareness of the butterfly and its declining population.