Midtown Manhattan

New York, NY

2002

Madison is founded by Ronald Dickerman, with a focus on providing liquidity to real estate investors worldwide.

Madison closes its first fund with $90.0 million in capital commitments, with an additional raise of $12.5 million the following year.

Madison opens its Frankfurt office to expand its Western European platform.

 

 

300 Park Avenue

New York, NY

2003

Madison invests in 300 Park Avenue, its first investment in the New York City office market.

375 Park Avenue

New York, NY

2004

Madison invests in 375 Park Avenue, an iconic, class A, trophy-quality office property located in Midtown Manhattan.

520 Madison Avenue

New York, NY

2005

Madison closes its second fund with $84.7 million in capital commitments.

AHBR Portfolio

Various Locations throughout Germany

2006

Madison closes its largest German transaction to date with an investment in a 5-asset office and healthcare portfolio located throughout Germany.

Chrysler East Building

New York, NY

2007

Madison closes its third fund with $303.8 million in capital commitments.

Devonshire House

London, UK

2008

Madison enters the London market with the closing of Devonshire House, a rarely traded, trophy-quality office building located in the Mayfair submarket of London’s West End.

Lloyd's of London Building

London

2009

Madison closes on its second London asset with an investment in the Lloyd’s Building, an iconic, class A, high rise office building located in the heart of the financial district in London.

Songbird Estates Portfolio

Canary Wharf, London

2010

Madison opens its London office to further focus on the U.K. and Irish markets.

Atlantic Center

Brooklyn, NY

2011

Madison closes its fourth fund with $520.4 million in capital commitments.
Madison closes on the Forest City NYC Core Retail Portfolio, the largest investment in the firm’s history; the portfolio includes a prominent 42nd Street/Times Square property as well as two office/retail properties adjacent to the new Barclays Center Arena in Brooklyn.

Statoil Headquarters

Oslo, Norway

2012

Madison enters the Frankfurt market with the acquisition of a 50% interest in the Trianon, a premier 700,000 sf class A office tower located in Frankfurt’s financial district.
Madison enters the Scandinavian market with an investment in the Statoil Building in Oslo, a class A office building and winner of the World Architecture Building of the Year Award for commercial properties in 2012.

One California Plaza

Los Angeles, CA

2013

Madison acquires a 49% interest in One California Plaza located in downtown Los Angeles, the firm’s largest west coast investment to date.

Madison closes its fifth fund with $825 million in capital commitments.

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