Harrison Street has made its name by specializing in alternative assets — focusing on seniors housing, student housing, medical office, life sciences, data centers and self-storage. Michael Gordon was one of the founders of the firm in 2005, just four years after graduating from college. He now serves as partner and global chief investment officer.
August 2021Oppidan and Harrison Street in Partnership with Mission San Luis Rey to Break Ground on Senior Living Community
Harrison Street and Oppidan, a national property development firm headquartered in Minneapolis, Minn. announced the development of The Hacienda Mission San Luis Rey, a luxury senior living community in Oceanside, California.
August 2021Arizona State University’s Lantana Hall 2021 Student Housing Business Innovator Award Winner
Lantana Hall at Arizona State University’s Polytechnic Campus has been awarded the 2021 Student Housing Business Innovator Award for Best Use of Green & Sustainable Construction/Design.
Harrison Street and Bridgewood Property Company break ground on The Village on Morehead, a high-end independent senior living community nestled in the heart of one of Charlotte, North Carolina’s most storied neighborhoods.
July 2021Woodlawn Residential and Dining Commons at University of Chicago Awarded Best Public-Private Partnership Development
Capstone Development Partners (“Capstone”) and Harrison Street announced that Woodlawn Residential and Dining Commons at the University of Chicago was awarded the Best Public-Private Partnership (P3) Development at Student Housing Business’ 11th Annual Innovator Awards
Harrison Street has entered into an agreement with the Illinois Institute of Technology to operate, manage and redevelop the university’s on-campus utility system, strengthening its public-private partnership (P3) infrastructure strategy.
CBRE arranged a $180 million financing for the development of a state-of-the-art life sciences facility at 101 College Street in New Haven, Connecticut by Harrison Street and Winstanley Enterprises.
A whole new real estate investing segment focused on “healthy” buildings is emerging from the market’s Covid-19 troubles, but first investors need to agree on how exactly to define it.
Harrison Street has acquired a significant minority interest in dark fiber and bandwidth provider Summit Infrastructure Group.