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VIDEO: As mega-funds grow bigger, who benefits?

As private real estate funds grow larger and more capital flows into multibillion-dollar vehicles, it is unclear whether investors or managers stand to gain more.

Gerrity Group holds $200m first close on third US retail fund

The US retail market shows signs of life as fundraising ticks up and specialty managers zero in on grocery-anchored tenants.

PODCAST: CalSTRS on becoming institutional capital’s ‘partner of choice’

Scott Chan, deputy CIO for the $240bn pension, and Mike DiRe, head of real estate, tell PERE about the CalSTRS collaborative model and what it means moving forward.

How private RE became the land of the giants

In a marketplace dominated by elite fundraisers, the biggest pools of institutional capital are getting what they need while the mega-managers are getting what they want

Why midsize investors are ramping up in direct real estate

The Arizona State Retirement System's $450m joint venture with Tricon shows direct investment structures appeal to more than the top US pensions.

How real estate managers can do business with CalSTRS

The $240bn pension aims to be the ‘partner of choice’ for managers, operating companies and its peers in direct structures. Deputy CIO Scott Chan tells PERE how CalSTRS’ ‘collaborative model’ is the blueprint to achieve these goals

CalSTRS’ latest multifamily JV is its collaborative case in point

One of the US’s biggest pensions, the California State Teachers’ Retirement System, committed $300 million this week to a joint venture with Strada Investment Group, a San Francisco-based developer, to build apartments in the western US. The $240 billion pension fund will lean on BlackRock Real Estate, the real estate platform of the titanic asset […]

Why institutional capital is gravitating toward net leases

With attractive returns and steady cashflow, single-tenant assets are becoming popular for US investors.

Blackstone’s record-setting $20bn BREP IX close was well expected

As private real estate fund market consolidates, the New York manager continues to be the destination of choice for institutional capital

The late-cycle appeal of net-leased assets

The strategy is attracting an increasing amount of international capital, even as overall foreign real estate investment into the market has dropped

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