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The Philadelphia-based investment management company is assembling a portfolio of class A offices. 
Invesco Real Estate believes there is a significant opportunity for private real estate offerings to become more accessible to high-net-worth investors.
Private credit manager picks up substantial exposure to New York City offices in the deal.
The alternative lender has hired John Omori from Bank of Hope to spearhead the initiative, which will focus on smaller, local builders in the multifamily sector.
The firm is using this strategy as a yield play to mitigate against its bigger bets in the office and retail space.
A rendering of 54 Crown Street in Crown Heights, Brooklyn
The 569-unit project adds to development momentum fueled by private credit lenders.
A large tree radiates green light onto the glass windows of a building.
Six insurance firms allocated $525m to finance energy efficiency and sustainability projects.
A rendering of the 260-unit apartment project being developed at 251 Douglass Street in Gowanus, Brooklyn.
Joint venture between Canyon Partners Real Estate, Charney and Tavros contributes $64.4bn of equity to fund the deal.
The Washington, DC-based firm’s chief executive was optimistic about both fundraising and deal activity in the asset class going forward.
Negative leverage is becoming more pervasive – but it is also providing borrowers with a lifeline for a brighter day.

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