Mid-sized managers accounted for an outsized share of the new capital brought to this year’s rankings, with 16 firms clearing $5bn for the first time.
The New York-headquartered manager’s latest vehicle also marks its first dedicated secondaries vehicle with an opportunistic risk-return profile.
Indianapolis-based Buckingham Companies received backing from LaSalle’s investor for its suburban multifamily strategy.
The Annapolis, Maryland-based logistics specialist will pursue distressed assets as one area of focus with its latest vehicle.
The Paris-based firm co-founded by the ex-Unibail-Rodamco CEO is aiming to raise €1bn for developments and redevelopments across Europe and property types.
The New York-headquartered manager has also formed an overflow vehicle with one of the fund's anchor investors to take advantage of further distress.
Titan, a leading Southwest asset manager, has raised $122m.
The Australian firm also plans to make new hires to bolster its third-party capital management and fundraising capabilities in opportunistic real estate.
The Boston-based manager has raised $1.65bn for its seventh opportunistic vehicle.
The Dallas-based manager, historically a shorter-term holder, is considering converting an existing closed-end fund to an open-ended structure as part of a plan to establish its first long-term hold strategy.

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