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.
The quarter saw the close of four $1bn-plus mezzanine/debt funds, which accounted for a bulk of the capital raised during this period.
Real Estate Investment Partners takes Goldman Sachs back to the world of global private equity real estate fundraising. But the comeback fund looks different to the Whitehall Street series which the bank ran before the global financial crisis.
Goldman Sachs has echoed Morgan Stanley by returning to private equity real estate funds with a rebranded series carrying a considerably more conservative strategy.
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