Founder/Chairman Resigns to Pursue New Ventures


F&F Capital Group, LLC announced earlier this week that its CEO, Jeffrey P. Frieden,  has resigned as chairman of the board of Mr. Frieden provided the following statement upon his resignation:

“It is with mixed emotions that I announce my resignation from It has been an amazing journey, and I am incredibly thankful to our partners and employees who contributed to the growth of the Company since it was founded over 20 years ago.  I wish the company continued success as I move on to pursue new and exciting entrepreneurial endeavors.”

Mr. Frieden and his long-time business partner, Robert D. Friedman, co-founded in 2007, initially bootstrapping and eventually building the country’s largest online real estate marketplace and a multibillion-dollar enterprise. The co-founders established Ten-X Commercial in 2011, seeing the need for a branch of the business dedicated solely to commercial real estate, once again using cutting-edge technology to improve the real estate marketplace.

Under Jeff’s leadership, and Ten-X drew strategic investors such as Stone Point Capital in 2008, Google in 2013, and, eventually, Thomas H. Lee Partners, which bought a majority stake in both companies in 2017. CoStar acquired Ten-X Commercial in 2019, where the business concept is growing and proving its value in the future of commercial real estate transactions.

Mr. Frieden is also the co-founder and CEO of F&F Capital Group, LLC (“F&F”), a family office and active investment firm with interests in a variety of industries. F&F acquired interests in approximately 1.5 million square feet of commercial retail properties, 1,500 multifamily units, $100 million in mezzanine debt, and more than $65 million in commercial aviation investments in 2022 alone.

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