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Taconic, Nuveen Close on Value-Add Fund

Taconic Partners and Nuveen Real Estate completed a $260-million fundraise for their jointly-sponsored value-add fund, New York City Property Fund II. The equity commitments, including leverage and strategic co-investment, will allow the fund to target a portfolio in excess of $1 billion and capitalize on unique buying opportunities across all real estate sectors throughout the New York Metropolitan Area.

The fund closed on its first acquisition, the West End Campus on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, in October 2019. Taconic and Nuveen are moving forward with a comprehensive renovation of the campus to make it suitable for life science use.

“This city remains in a state of continuous invention and reinvention, which is one of its many strengths as we look towards the future, post-pandemic,” said Chris Balestra, Taconic’s president and CIO. “We are targeting large assets in sectors that will benefit during this next phase of recovery and reinvention.”

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