REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY
prnewswire | December 23, 2020
Paul E. Griffin III, author and CEO of Griffin Living, an imaginative senior lodging engineer, has been accepted into Forbes Real Estate Council, a greeting just network for heads in the land business.
Griffin was considered and chosen by a survey board dependent on the profundity and variety of his experience. Models for acceptance incorporate a history of amazing development measurements, just as close to home and expert accomplishments and respects. Griffin has created an abundance of 4 billion dollars of significant worth with his land improvement organizations. He has been respected as Habitat for Humanity's Builder of the Year (Hammer of Hope) and the Building Industry Association's Builder of the Year and now serves on the board for the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate.
"We are honored to welcome Paul into the community," said Scott Gerber, founder of Forbes Councils, the collective that includes Forbes Real Estate Business Council. "Our mission with Forbes Councils is to bring together proven leaders from every industry, creating a curated, social capital-driven network that helps every member grow professionally and make an even greater impact on the business world."
Paul says, "I am honored to be a part of this community and to have the opportunity to connect with like-minded real estate executives. The Forbes Real Estate Council will help Griffin Living as we develop our innovative senior living communities and lead a movement toward giving seniors the dignified and luxurious lifestyle they deserve."
ABOUT GRIFFIN LIVING
Griffin Living is an award-winning, privately-owned real estate development firm headquartered in Calabasas, CA with experience in developing residential, commercial, retail, and master planning communities. They are currently focused on building a sizable portfolio of senior living communities rooted in the honor and dignity of aging. They prioritize features and amenities that cater to residents' independent, active, and vibrant lifestyles.
prnewswire | October 15, 2020
Auerbach Funds today announced the first close for its third real estate private equity fund, Auerbach Opportunity Fund III ("AOF III"). AOF III initially raised $14.7 million of capital commitments and is focused on opportunistic real estate investments in distressed, mismanaged, or underperforming assets within the multifamily, retail, and specialty class located across the U.S. The first close or "friends and family round" was comprised almost entirely of existing investors from Auerbach Opportunity Funds I & II, and AOF III has a target size of $100 million.
REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY
AllianceBernstein | March 11, 2021
AllianceBernstein L.P. ("Stomach muscle") (NYSE: AB), has effectively finished the principal shutting of its fourth US Commercial Real Estate Debt reserve ("CRED IV"). This elective asset has so far got almost $900mm in capital responsibilities. Fair will fill in as a lead financial backer, proceeding with the solid association among AB and Equitable as AB grows its options stage.
CRED IV is a continuation of the temporary land loaning methodology effectively carried out by past AB CRED reserves. CRED IV will straightforwardly start gliding rate first home loan entire credits got by top notch, momentary US business land. Those credits are hung on an unleveraged premise.
The foundation of CRED reserves has begun more than 100 advances and brought almost $7bn up in capital responsibilities from institutional financial backers worldwide since the dispatch of the technique in 2013.
The fruitful first close of CRED IV is further exhibition of AB's capacity to raise huge capital for its quickly developing private choices stage, in spite of the difficulties presented by COVID-19. The nearby follows rapidly on AB's declaration in Q4 of a year ago of the dispatch of its new European Commercial Real Estate Debt ("ECRED") stage. ECRED, drove by industry veteran Clark Coffee, dispatched with almost €1.5bn in capital, making it one of the biggest land dispatches in Europe as of late. The ECRED stage hopes to declare its first credit beginning since joining AB in the coming weeks.