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Meyer Bergman, the pan-Europe private equity real estate firm, has held a fourth close for Meyer Bergman European Retail Partners II (MBERPII) on €265 million of commitments. A Nordic institutional investor is the latest limited partner.
The latest research in the property services firm’s Great Wall of Money series reveals that opportunistic funds currently are pulling in the greatest amounts of capital from investors.
The New York-based firm has beaten its $1 billion fundraising target as it goes about putting meaningful amounts of equity to work, particularly in Europe.
The Oregon Public Employees Retirement Fund has committed $300 million to Lone Star’s third real estate fund, continuing the pension system’s 18-year relationship with the fund manager.
The New York-based real estate investment firm has raised $105.3 million in commitments for Savanna Real Estate Fund III, which targets underperforming office properties along the East Coast.
The Washington, DC-based alternative asset manager is expanding into the real estate fund of funds business with its purchase of the New York-based firm.
The Toronto-based residential real estate investment firm’s eleventh vehicle has held its second close on $260 million in equity, bringing the firm’s assets under management over the $1.5 billion mark.
The Asia-focused private equity real estate firm is back in capital raising mode for the fifth in its series of pan-Asia opportunity funds. The launch comes eight years after Aetos raised the region’s largest fund.
The Dallas-based private equity real estate giant has continued attracting capital commitments for its investment funds, hauling more than half the capital originally targeted for its third commercial real estate fund.
The $5.95 billion county pension has invested in its last distressed real estate fund for the current fiscal year, committing $25 million to John Paulson’s second real estate offering.
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