Global Student Accommodation Group (GSA) and Harrison Street have strengthened their relationship with a new joint venture to acquire and refurbish a 350-bed student accommodation asset in central London.
The Chicago firm exceeded its original $950 million target for the fund and raised an additional $302.5 million in co-investment vehicles, lifting its expected buying capacity to about $4 billion including debt.
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Lafayette College in Easton is collaborating with Radnor Property Group and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital to build a $20 million mixed-use development at its campus, set to open for the fall 2020 semester.
Chicago-based Harrison Street entered a ground lease with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology for the three-building, 677K SF life science complex near the university’s campus and Kendall Square.
The Chicago-based manager has already committed more than 50% of the total equity from the vehicle and its co-investment sidecar.
April 2019GSA and Harrison Street Announce €750m Joint Venture in Spain and Wider European Student Accommodation Push
Global Student Accommodation Group (GSA) and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital have plans to acquire more than 10,000 student beds and deploy more than €750 million ($846 million) in top-tier university cities across Spain.
Harrison Street Real Estate Capital LLC, a Chicago-based real estate investment management company, has bought the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Health Pavilion in Stone Oak.
PERE sits down with the firm's senior director of real assets to hear why this institutional money from the Lone Star state is pivoting away from commingled funds.
Harrison Street, a privately-owned, Chicago-based investment management firm with a historical, exclusive focus in education, healthcare and storage real estate, is now expanding into social infrastructure with its latest fund, Harrison Street Social Infrastructure Fund. It has already received a commitment of up to $200 million from the Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS), according to board meeting documents.