CenterSquare Investment Management

  • CenterSquare Spins Off from BNY Mellon

    The firm, set to be sold to its management team and private equity firm Lovell Minnick Partners, has $9 billion in U.S. assets under its umbrella, as well as global real estate and infrastructure investments.

    National 22 September 2017 12:16
  • The Difficulty of Reviving Zombie Malls

    In revitalizing a deteriorating mall, asset owners and developers may face an uphill battle to make the property profitable again. But those with an understanding of community and economic needs can be successful, notes CenterSquare Investment Management Portfolio Manager Eric Rothman.

    National 19 July 2017 17:25
  • SoCal Investment Firm Nabs 2 Las Vegas Industrial Parks

    CapRock Partners purchased two multi-tenant industrial parks totaling 203,134 square feet. The newly purchased assets are located less than two miles away from the Las Vegas Strip.

    Las Vegas 09 May 2017 14:50
  • REITs Provide Alternative to ‘Develop-to-Core’

    Rather than compete to purchase core real estate assets, investors are looking to develop their own projects. But investors should consider REITs with a greater development focus as another option, argues Scott Crowe, CenterSquare's chief investment strategist.

    National 03 May 2017 17:57
  • The Bifurcation of Retail Real Estate

    By Patrick Wilson, Assistant Portfolio Manager, CenterSquare Investment Management: For retail REIT investors, understanding the factors causing divergence in the sector is paramount.

    National 01 March 2017 18:59
  • Private Investors to Face Transitional Year

    By Scott Crowe, Chief Investment Strategist & Portfolio Manager, CenterSquare: As we move into 2017, private investors are getting powerful signals from the REIT market regarding their prospects in the year ahead.

    National 04 January 2017 19:42
  • BNY Subsidiary Exits Houston Market

    CenterSquare Investment Management, the real asset investment subsidiary of BNY Mellon, announced its exit from the Houston real estate market with the sale of 1301 Fannin Street and the Villas at Hermann Park. The two assets were acquired through Urdang Value-Added Fund II (UVAF II), a $463 million value-added closed-end fund.

    Houston 12 February 2015 21:25

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