The Real Deal Los Angeles

Rockwood Capital closes $1.1B real estate fund

LA-based firm will expand assets including retail, residential and hotel properties
January 20, 2017 05:35PM

Rockwood Capital Century City headquarters, Tyson Skillings (Equity Office/Rockwood Capital)

Century City-based real estate investment firm Rockwood Capital closed its “Real Estate Partners Fund X,” which received $1.1 billion in capital commitments, the company announced in a release.

The fund will focus on acquiring office, residential, retail and hotel assets in urban and suburban areas in the United States.

Fund X has a wide investor base including public and private pension funds, insurance companies, foundations to high-net-worth individuals, according to the release.

Rockwood, an 82-person firm, has offices in New York, San Francisco and Seoul, Korea. It manages about $8.9 billion of real estate, according to its website. — Subrina Hudson