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SFERS makes two separate real estate commitments

by Andrea Waitrovich

The $16.7 billion City & County of San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System (SFERS) has approved $90 million to two opportunistic real estate funds at its Feb. 13 meeting.

SFERS invested $50 million in Harrison Street Real Estate Partners IV, managed by Harrison Street Real Estate Capital. The opportunistic fund launched in December 2012 with a $700 million fundraising goal. It is part of a fund series that specializes in the medical office, student housing, self-storage and senior housing/assisted living sectors.

Also, SFERS made a $40 million commitment to AEW Partners Fund VII, a $500 million opportunis

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