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The sector has only been institutionalized in recent years but is bolstered by long-term e-commerce growth in the country.
Buying opportunities will come from both expiring closed-end funds and developers motivated to sell to either repay debt or recycle capital.
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 new capital for the vehicle, which has now reached $5.4bn in AUM, will be used to acquire three new assets from GLP Japan Development Venture II.
Park Madison Partners expects capital commitments to bounce back in 2021 but with a strong preference for certain strategies.
The New York investment firm has raised capital for its fifth fund.
The Chicago-based alternatives specialist will emphasize life science, add data centers to the mix of its demographic-based strategy.
The $672bn investor has awarded the Houston-based manager a $1.5 billion separate account to develop properties demonstrating ‘resilience’ and ‘permanence’.
Three institutional investors, including two sovereign wealth funds, committed nearly all of the capital for Logistics Property Company’s maiden develop-to-core fund.

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