Madison International Realty and Norway’s Søylen Eiendom Form Joint Venture to Own Nine Properties in Oslo’s Premier Shopping District

US investor Madison International Realty and Norway’s Søylen Eiendom have formed a joint venture to own nine properties in Oslo’s premier shopping district. The properties, valued at NOK 3 bn (€370 mln), are all on and or around Karl Johan, the main street in the Norwegian capital. Under the terms of the transaction, New York-based

Madison International Realty Acquires a 26% Stake in Prime California Portfolio

Madison buys stake in DB Fund New York-based Madison International Realty has acquired a 26% stake in property fund DB Immobilienfonds 13 California, managed by Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank. Madison has taken over the shares of a few hundred investors and the acquired stake has a nominal value of

Madison Buys 49% Stake in One California Plaza

New York-based Madison International Realty, a real estate multi-manager and part owner of the Chrysler Building, has acquired a 49 percent ownership interest in a Los Angeles office tower for $295 million. The seller, an affiliate of Boston-based Beacon Capital Partners, holds the remaining majority interest and will continue to manage the property. One California

Q&A with Ronald Dickerman

How did you get your start in the business? Ronald Dickerman: I’m originally from Boston. and my father was in real estate, focused on old-fashioned value creation—buying fixer-uppers, putting in the work and financing against the equity buildup My family’s company owned a portfolio of apartment buildings and shopping centers in the Boston area Growing

Madison International Foresees Steady Investment Pace

Madison International Realty, a New York-based investment company that focuses on acquiring partial interests and capital partner substitutions, is expecting a steady stream of opportunities in 2013. In today’s market, valuations seem to have recovered but rental rates have not yet reached the high watermark of 2006 and 2007 due to a stagnating economy, according

By Taking a Minority Cut in Trophy Assets, Madison Provides an Exit Strategy for Antsy Investors

As we prep for 2013, the watchword remains “caution,” even as the economy (and therefore commercial real estate) travels its sluggish path to recovery. This year’s Emerging Trends, the annual opus of ULI and PwC, said it best: “As investors tentatively advance further along the risk spectrum in 2013 chasing yield, they suffer queasiness about

Opportunistic Buyers Home in on German Distress Calls

Germany is a favourite market for opportunistic investors, which have set aside a defined pool of capital for investments in distressed property there. As Phillip Burs, chief executive of Corestate Capital, says: “When it comes to a stressed or distressed deal, you want that to be in a stable, robust economy and Germany is one

Splitting Up Ownership to Ride Out a Rough Spot

It is not obvious from the names on the deeds, but 655 Madison Avenue. the Backer Building at 136 Madison Avenue and 304 Fast 45th Street in Manhattan share a new owner. All three office buildings still belong to the joint ventures that have owned them for years, but in January a real estate private

Madison International Is Not a Traditional Secondaries Firm

The Madison way Madison International Realty is not a traditional secondaries firm in that it buys direct interests in buildings rather than fund interests. In an interview with PERE, president and founder Ronald Dickerman explains the latest trends helping his business Madison International Realty, a New York-based firm with offices in Frankfurt and London, is



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