Madison International Realty Closes $1.7B Liquidity Fund
Madison International Realty has successfully closed its Madison International Real Estate Liquidity Fund VIII, raising $1.7 billion in equity commitments.
This fund, which focuses on real estate in the US, UK, and Europe, attracted support from a range of investors, including endowments, pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, family offices, insurance firms, and high-net-worth individuals. Madison International Realty specializes in acquiring ownership stakes in prime properties and portfolios in these geographic regions.
“We are gratified with the robust support we have received from both returning and new investors for Madison VIII’s capital raise. Madison’s direct secondary investment strategy is targeted to be counter-cyclical, allowing us to leverage opportunities in rapidly changing economic conditions,” said Ronald M. Dickerman, founder and president of Madison International Realty.
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