Apache Capital Partners and Harrison Street are to fund a build-to-rent (BTR) development in central Glasgow that will be delivered and managed over a long-term horizon by Moda Living, a UK investor, developer and operator of BTR housing.
January 2021Harrison Street and fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty buy carrier hotel and data center in Portland, Oregon
Harrison Street and 1547 Data Center Real Estate Fund II, an affiliate of fifteenfortyseven Critical Systems Realty, have acquired a vital carrier hotel, colocation data center and office building located in downtown Portland, Oregon
Harrison Street, which invests in alternative, nontraditional asset classes with demographic-driven and needs-based demand, expects 2021 to be a continuation of such investments — particularly in education, healthcare, life sciences and storage real estate.
Harrison Street is awarded P&I's Best Places to Work in Money Management for the 7th consecutive year.
December 2020Harrison Street and CA Ventures JV to acquire and develop purpose-built, student accommodation in the UK
Harrison Street and CA Ventures (CA) have formed a new joint venture (JV) partnership to develop and acquire purpose built student accommodation (PBSA) assets across the United Kingdom.
Harrison Street has announced the development of a new student housing property in Oviedo, Spain, in partnership with Alta Real Estate, a subsidiary of Spain-based developer Habescon Group.
Harrison Street, along with partners The Bulfinch Cos. and National Real Estate Advisors, on behalf of their clients, announced the sale of Cambridge Discovery Park (CDP), a three-property life sciences campus in Cambridge, Mass., at a gross sale price of $720 million.
November 2020Harrison Street-led JV upsizes and extends credit facility for large student housing portfolio
A joint venture between affiliates of Harrison Street, and two sovereign wealth funds, has successfully secured commitments from an expanded syndicate of lenders led by Bank of America, PNC Bank and BMO Harris to amend, upsize and extend its existing credit facility from $639 million to $690 million.
New Partnership reveals first acquisitions in Lincoln and Birmingham with 3,000 beds to come
Harrison Street has sold a portfolio of nine medical office buildings and inpatient rehabilitation facilities on behalf of the firm’s Opportunity Fund series.