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As another real estate cycle begins, it is the managers investing in debt as well as equity that believe they are best set.
Indraneel Karlekar returns to the New York manager, where he previously headed research during his days with affiliate ING.
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Dallas manager and New Jersey industrial specialist look to scale investment products, institutional investor base and technology through transaction.
Julie Donegan, CalSTRS
Taking charge of the pension giant’s $50bn AUM property business is a daunting task. But Julie Donegan is prepared for the challenge.
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The Newport Beach-based manager has closed its second property credit fund on $3bn, more than double the size of its predecessor.
RV ownership has risen by more than 60% in the past two decades and the park sector is still heavily fragmented.
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The New York developer sees banks and debt funds originating construction loans on deals which have strong theses.
The women-led firm focuses on ground-up, multifamily projects in the Sunbelt region.
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A disrupted commercial real estate capital markets means investment opportunities are more nuanced than there were in past cycles. 
The Beverly Hills-based firm has been most active in opportunity zones in recent years as part of this focus.

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