Investors - MARCH 14, 2019

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Nebraska allocates $40m to real estate

by Jody Barhanovich

The $26.9 billion Nebraska Investment Council has allocated $40 million to real estate, according to a board meeting document.

The fund, Rockwood Capital Real Estate Partners Fund XI, is managed by Rockwood Capital, an independent privately held real estate investment management company. It is seeking $1.25 billion to invest in value-add real estate across select urban and suburban core markets with a focus on office, multifamily, and mixed-use assets, according to the board meeting documents.

The commitment was part of the Council’s plan to deploy a total of $40 million to noncore capital in 2019. The Townsend Group assisted in the allocation. Nebraska has committed to previous funds in the Rockwood series, including $40 million to Rockwood Capital Real Estate Partners X and $20 million to Rockwood Capital Real Estate Partners Fund IX.

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