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The Washington, DC firm expects to hold an $8bn final close this fall for Carlyle Realty Partners IX, which would be 45% larger than its predecessor.
The vehicle will follow the firm's fourth European value-add fund, which closed on its €2.1bn hard-cap earlier this month.
While the New York-based investment manager has been able to deploy its funds rapidly, other groups have not found the opportunity set they expected.
Goodwin Gaw, chairman and founder of the firm, explained the strategy behind Gateway Strategic Acquisitions during a PERE Global Passport Deep Dive.
Large pools of capital have been raised for distressed strategies, but thanks to government support schemes, finding a home for it is proving a challenge.
Brookfield Asset Management is aiming for rarefied air with its fourth flagship real estate fund, the largest to launch post-pandemic.
Ending government forbearance, inflation fears and heated marketplaces were top discussions items during PERE’s first all-virtual Global Summit.
PERE Perspectives theme
The less obvious takeaways from our inaugural Real Estate Landscape Study that still move the needle for private real estate.
Proptech and real estate finance companies are among the biggest acquisitions by blank-check companies. But as markets stabilize, hard assets could be next.
The firm's acquisition of a 60% stake in two LBA Logistics portfolios is the latest addition to a growing list of recapitalizations in the market.
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