London Calling: A Case For Office Cap Rate Compression
Executive Summary: The UK’s 2016 vote to leave the European Union (“Brexit”) created economic and financial uncertainty that permeated into commercial real estate capital markets, particularly London’s office market. London, historically a top destination for foreign capital, saw a decline in liquidity owing to reductions in cross-border deal volumes as investors fretted over the economic
Madison International Realty promotes three to Managing Director
Madison International Realty, a real estate private equity firm, has promoted Kyle Torpey, Kim Adamek and Jasmin Chitrakar to Managing Director. The three executives formerly held the position of Director. “We are delighted and extend congratulations to Kyle, Kim and Jasmin. They have all made significant contributions to Madison during their years with the firm.
Madison International Realty’s Frankfurt Office Illuminates in Orange to Bring Awareness to Gender-Based Violence
Madison International Realty’s Frankfurt Office Illuminates in Orange to Bring Awareness to Gender-Based Violence 25 November marks the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, initiated by UN Women, also known as the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women. This year’s theme was “Orange the World: Fund, Respond,
Madison International Realty announces investment in IQHQ life-sciences REIT
Madison International Realty announces investment in IQHQ life-sciences REIT By Andrea Zander Madison International Realty has invested $100 million, with an option to invest an incremental $100 million, in IQHQ, a premier life-science REIT with a portfolio of high-quality properties and development projects in Boston, San Francisco and San Diego — the top U.S. life-science
Commercial Observer’s Owners Magazine 2020, featuring Madison’s President & Founder Ronald Dickerman
Commercial Observer, November 2, 2020 In 2021, will you buy or sell any real estate? What kind? We have been acquisitive throughout the pandemic and expect that trend to continue into 2021. We are investing equity into growth-oriented, resilient, tech-enabled sectors across the U.S. and Europe that are poised to do well long-term, such as
PLYMOUTH INDUSTRIAL REIT FORMS $150 MILLION EQUITY JOINT VENTURE WITH MADISON INTERNATIONAL REALTY
PLYMOUTH INDUSTRIAL REIT FORMS $150 MILLION EQUITY JOINT VENTURE WITH MADISON INTERNATIONAL REALTY First venture investment under contract in metropolitan Memphis for $86 million BOSTON—(October 26, 2020) Plymouth Industrial REIT, Inc. (NYSE: PLYM) announced the formation of a $150 million equity joint venture with Madison International Realty (“Madison”) to pursue the acquisitionof value-add and opportunistic
MADISON INTERNATIONAL REALTY ACQUIRES STAKE IN FLAGSHIP WARSAW OFFICE BUILDING CHMIELNA 89 FROM THE CAVATINA GROUP
MADISON INTERNATIONAL REALTY ACQUIRES STAKE IN FLAGSHIP WARSAW OFFICE BUILDING CHMIELNA 89 FROM THE CAVATINA GROUP WARSAW and NEW YORK, 17 September, 2020 — Madison International Realty, a leading real estate private equity firm, announces that it has acquired a stake in the newly developed Chmielna 89 landmark office building in Warsaw’s CBD from the
Madison International Takes 25K SF at 300 Park Avenue
Commercial Observer, September 21, 2020 Madison International Realty, one of New York City’s largest retail landlords, plans to move its offices to bigger digs at 300 Park Avenue, the firm announced today. Click here to read more.
Commercial Observer Power 100: Ronald Dickerman
Commercial Observer, July 27, 2020 Ronald Dickerman, President and Founder of Madison International Realty, was honored in the Commercial Observer’s Power 100. “Ronald Dickerman — whose firm can claim ownership of around 70 million square feet worth of real estate globally — characterized Madison International Realty’s 2019 as a “very dynamic year … it was our
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: PUBLIC REAL-ESTATE COMPANIES ARE THE NEW WAY TO BUY DISTRESS
THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: PUBLIC REAL-ESTATE COMPANIES ARE THE NEW WAY TO BUY DISTRESS With few buildings for sale during the pandemic, some investors turn to the property sector’s stocks and bonds. Despite tumbling real-estate values during the coronavirus pandemic, it has been hard for buyers to find buildings for sale as most owners hold out.