Fundraising

The New York-based firm’s latest vehicle is effectively a non-traded REIT within a 1940 Act wrapper, but the wrapper is where the innovation lies.
The New York-based private equity firm’s KREST could democratize access to institutional real estate through a number of ‘investor-friendly’ features.
Real estate debt managers drew ample investor support for strategies ranging from senior debt to special situations, despite unprecedented uncertainty in the global macroeconomic environment.
PERE’s latest ranking of the largest real estate debt fund managers shows covid-19 has been no obstacle for the asset class.
After announcing plans to privatize its listed real estate platform earlier this year, the firm will now try to raise its biggest private fund ever.
The New York-based private equity firm’s CIREP V marks the second higher-risk, higher-return property fund closing to be announced in a week.
The higher returning strategy raised only $35.4bn, but the average fund size hit an all-time high, according to PERE data.
The Miami-based investment firm has completed its biggest-ever initial closing with its latest property vehicle, which is also the largest in market.
More than half of the capital for the California firm’s latest vehicle came from the region, much of it from first-time investors.
The firm had over $20bn of inflows in Q2 2020, which includes significant capital raised for the Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies IV.
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