The realities of repositioning real estate
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Whether it be the adaptive reuse of an office building into multifamily, or transforming an office into a mixed-use property featuring hospitality, retail and office, real estate value-add strategies are all about creating value for investors. But how do investment managers do that given market cycles? How do they source deals and execute on their strategies to generate the returns that investors need?
Featuring Jason Sevier of RSM, Chris Balestra of operating partner Taconic Investment Partners and Kevin Smith of investment manager TIAA, this three-part video discussion highlights the realities of undertaking real estate repositioning strategies and how traditional industry practices and assumptions are being challenged by a changing tenant and user base.
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