Corigin Holdings Makes Debut
- Sep 09, 2010
September 9, 2010
By Allison Landa, News Editor
There’s a new real estate and private equity firm in town. Corigin Holdings has formed in New York and is headed by chairman and CEO Ryan Freedman.
Freedman, the former chairman and CEO of Coalco New York and its affiliates, said he looks forward to leveraging additional growth opportunities as an independent firm. He added that Corigin will maintain a primary focus on the multi-family and luxury residential sectors.
Corigin is the spin-off of Coalco, which is the United States operation of international real estate firm Coalco Development. It has two distinct divisions: Corigin Real Estate Group and Corigin Private Equity Group. Its stated mission is to focus on real estate development and investment as well as private-equity ventures.
Current Corigin projects include the 60-story Villa Magna Residences Towers in downtown Miami, which total 2 million square feet; the redevelopment of the flagship American Can Co. manufacturing facility in Jersey City, New Jersey; and The Element, a luxury condominium development in New York City.
The company owns property in New York, New Jersey and Florida and is a significant provider of university student housing in New York City.