Gaw Capital Partners completes final close of US$3 bil Asia Pacific real estate fund

Gaw Capital’s total assets under management in the Apac, Europe and the United States regions now stand at US$19 billion ($25.85 billion).

Gaw Capital Partners, a Hong Kong-based real estate private equity firm, has achieved the final closing of its seventh Asia Pacific (APAC) real estate fund, ‘Gateway Real Estate Fund VII’ – raising a total equity of US$3 billion ($4.05 billion) for the fund.

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The fund seeks real estate investments across the APAC region – including Greater China, Japan, South Korea, Southeast Asia, and India – targeting office, retail, hospitality, industrial, internet data centres (IDC), life science properties, private credit and thematic platforms.

Using commitments from previous closings, the fund has completed investments such as the acquisition of a logistics portfolio in Greater Tokyo, the purchase of Hyatt Regency Hotel in Tokyo, the acquisition of an outlet mall in Guangzhou, and the purchase of a life science park in Shanghai. In addition, they have also made real estate-backed private credit investments in Hong Kong and Mainland China.

The investor group of Gateway Real Estate Fund VII consists of sovereign wealth funds, endowments, pension funds, and other institutional investors – including multiple investors who had previously invested in prior APAC Gateway funds.

Managing Principal and Co-Chair of Alternative Investments, Christina Gaw, stated that the final closing of the fund is a testament to investor confidence towards Gaw Capital.

She commented on the current market uncertainties, saying that while it can be daunting, it also offers opportunities. “We remain optimistic about the post-pandemic real estate market and are well-positioned to seize opportunities that arise with dry powder amassed.”

Gaw Capital has now amassed a total of US$19 billion ($25.85 billion) in assets under management, across the APAC, Europe and the United States regions.

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