H/2 Capital raises $475 million for core real estate debt fund
Stamford, Conn.–based H/2 Capital Partners has raised $475 million for its H/2 Core Real Estate Debt Fund, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing did not disclose a final closing date. H/2 Capital declined to comment on fundraising. H/2 Core Real Estate Debt Fund is a follow-up to H/2 Capital’s Credit Partners vehicle, which raised $330 million and closed in 2011. H/2 Capital, which was founded in 2004 by Spencer Haber, a former president of iStar Financial, is an originator of senior loans and a buyer of junior debt. The firm also focuses on commercial real estate–related fixed-income investments. H/2 Capital has more than $6 billion of assets under management.