EverWest Real Estate Investors has rebranded as Sagard Real Estate, following a strategic partnership with alternative asset management firm Sagard that began in 2021. The Denver-based private real estate investment manager and operator is now a part of Sagard, a multi-strategy alternative asset management firm with $15 billion in AUM, active in venture capital, private equity, private credit, royalties and real estate.
The company said its focus on driving value for institutional and high-net-worth investors through differentiated investment strategies across property types, which have grown AUM from $2 billion to $5.2 billion over the past five years, remains unchanged.
“Assuming the Sagard Real Estate name is the logical next step in our partnership with Sagard,” said Rick Stone, CEO of Sagard Real Estate. “We will continue to focus on investment performance as our top priority, building on our proven investment strategies and our success to date.”
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).