How We Started
EagleBridge Capital was founded in 2000 by Ted M. Sidel.
Mr. Sidel began his career at Spectrum Financial Corporation, one of New England’s oldest commercial mortgage banking firm’s which was founded by his father Stanley Sidel in 1971.
In 2000, Spectrum was sold to Legg Mason Real Estate. Not keen on working for a large firm, Ted decided to venture out on his own and founded EagleBridge Capital.
After a few phone calls to friends and colleagues in search of office space, a good friend invited Mr. Sidel to join him in a single office suite above a well known watering hole (Coogan’s Bluff) at 171 Milk Street in Boston’s Financial District. EagleBridge Capital was officially open for business.
Where We Are Today
EagleBridge Capital remains headquartered in Boston’s Financial District. Two years after its founding, the firm moved to larger office space at 88 Broad Street. Five years later EagleBridge moved to 33 Broad where it remained until 2018 at which time the firm moved to One Boston Place.
In late 2018, the firm established an office in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Our Connecticut office is managed by Brian Walsh, formerly an AVP at Bank of America in Hartford. Mr. Walsh focuses on transactions throughout CT. Strategically, Southern CT and its proximity to New York City provides easy person to person access to some of the worlds largest capital sources including Hedge Funds, Investment Banks and Financial Services firms.
As of today, we intend to remain as a “boutique” firm and continue to provide personalized service to our select group of new and existing clients.