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Artemis Real Estate Closes Value-Add Fund at $2.2B

Artemis Real Estate Partners has closed on its fourth real estate fund with $2.2 billion in equity commitments, more than double the size of its most recent fund from four years ago, reported the Washington Business Journal. The Chevy Chase, MD-based firm said it has the “dry powder” to invest in real estate “across the risk spectrum.”

“Fund IV positions Artemis to continue investing with our national network of operating partners and will allow us to identify overlooked and situationally distressed opportunities in the marketplace,” co-portfolio manager Rich Banjo said in a statement. “We believe this fund closing will enable us to capture opportunity at scale across the middle market, particularly in today’s environment.”

The fund will help Artemis capitalize on current market volatility, it said in the statement. It intends to spread the money far and wide, seeking a variety of property types across the U.S. with both debt and equity investments.


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