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Brookfield Sets $15B Target for Fifth Flagship Real Estate Fund

Brookfield Asset Management Ltd. is aiming to raise $15 billion for its fifth flagship real estate fund, $2 billion less than its predecessor, Bloomberg News reported. The fundraising occurs as commercial property markets are beset by higher borrowing costs. 

Among the world’s largest owners of prime office properties, BAM is seeing attractive value entry points, President Connor Teskey told shareholders last month. He added that investors “believe that this could be a tremendous vintage for us, and therefore, there is lots of interest.” Only a small percentage of the equity in the firm’s current flagship real estate funds is invested in office properties. 

In a letter to shareholders, Brookfield CEO Bruce Flatt wrote, “We have always focused on owning premier real estate in the best locations, which is why 95% of our office portfolio is either trophy or Class A office space that continues to vastly outperform the broader market.” 


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