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Cadre Launches Investment Fund with Value-Add Emphasis

Cadre, a New York City-based technology-driven commercial real estate investment manager, has launched Cadre Direct Access Fund II (CDAF II). It’s the latest offering in Cadre’s suite of products intended to provide institutions and accredited investors with access to actively managed commercial real estate assets. 

“We believe current dislocations in the market are creating attractive investment opportunities to acquire assets at a discount to recent pricing,” said Dan Rosenbloom, CIO at Cadre.  

CDAF II will follow a similar strategy to its predecessor fund. It will primarily focus on value-add opportunities, purchasing assets in need of capital expenditures, improved operations, lease-up, and possibly ground-up development.  

Cadre plans to allocate approximately 50% of the fund to multifamily assets with the remainder to be spread across industrial, hospitality, and office. The fund will focus primarily on mid-cap ($50-million to $150-million) assets across U.S. markets with attractive growth dynamics. 

Pictured: Cadre headquarters at 315 Park Ave. South, Manhattan.


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