Pensions and Investments magazine has named Inland Real Estate Group of Companies Inc. one of the 10 largest managers of real estate equity assets. With total managed assets in excess of $25.8 billion, Inland has managed to accomplish what not many could, ranking it among the top.
George Pandaleon, President of Inland Institutional Capital Partners, believes Inland has proven to be quite capable with these types of properties.
“Inland has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to build large, institutional-quality portfolios of stable retail properties. The relatively small size of each asset, as well as the management intensity of this property type has made it difficult for most institutional real estate investors to get enough exposure to shopping centers.”
Inland Institutional Capital Partners strategy is to seek out large-scale investment opportunities for institutions, as well as Inland’s own real estate companies. They first launched their institutional fund in 2005 and have since formed investment partnerships in some of the world’s largest pension funds.
Because of Inland’s large investment capital and acquisition and operating capability, institutions can more readily achieve their investment objectives. Furthermore, non-US investors, subject to the Foreign Investment in Real Property Tax Act (FIRPTA), benefit from Inland’s sizable investment capital.
Inland Institutional Capital Partners specializes in raising private real estate equity. It is an affiliate of the Inland Real Estate Group of Companies, Inc., headed by Daniel L. Goodwin, and which is headquartered in Oak Brook, IL and is considered one of America’s largest shopping center owners. With diversified real estate in 47 states, Inland-sponsored companies own and manage over 123.4 million square feet of property and assets of more than $25.8 billion.
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