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Jared Kushner divests stake in Cadre

Jared Kushner has divested his stake in Cadre, in a bid to end unrelenting scrutiny of his potential conflicts of interest with real estate investment startup. Kushner, the son-in-law and a senior advisor to...

Jared Kushner divests stake in Cadre
Cadre founder Ryan Williams and Allen Smith

Cadre brings on former Four Seasons CEO as president

Real estate investment startup Cadre has hired Allen Smith, the former CEO of Four Seasons, as its president. Smith...

Cadre brings on former Four Seasons CEO as president
Treasury Department watchdog is investigating the Opportunity Zone program (Credit: iStock)

Opportunity Zone investigation won’t derail developer investment, experts say

 The Treasury Department’s investigation into the Opportunity Zone program will weed out the bad apples but won’t derail the...

Opportunity Zone investigation won’t derail developer investment, experts say
Softbank's Masayoshi Son and Jared Kushner (Credit: Getty Images)

SoftBank wanted Jared Kushner to divest from Cadre

Talks for SoftBank to fund crowdfunding startup Cadre ended when Jared Kushner declined to divest his ownership stake in...

SoftBank wanted Jared Kushner to divest from Cadre
Daily Digest Thursday

WeWork losses soar, SoftBank asked Jared Kushner to divest from Cadre

Every weekday The Real Deal rounds up New York’s biggest real estate news. We update this page throughout the...

WeWork losses soar, SoftBank asked Jared Kushner to divest from Cadre
Some Opportunity Zone funds — like one from Kushner brothers-backed Cadre — target gentrified areas

Some Opportunity Zone funds — like one from Kushner brothers-backed Cadre — target gentrified areas

The Opportunity Zones program was crafted as a way to incentivize developers to invest in distressed areas. But recent funds set up by Kushner...

Some Opportunity Zone funds — like one from Kushner brothers-backed Cadre — target gentrified areas
Kushner brothers-backed Cadre looks to cash in on Opportunity Zones

Kushner brothers-backed Cadre looks to cash in on Opportunity Zones

Cadre, the real estate crowdfunding platform partially owned by Jared and Josh Kushner, is leaping headfirst into the Opportunity...

Kushner brothers-backed Cadre looks to cash in on Opportunity Zones
Cadre CEO Ryan Williams 

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Cracking Cadre’s code

Cadre’s official story — which its 30-year-old co-founder and CEO, Ryan Williams, rattles off with rehearsed precision — goes something like this: Williams launched his first startup, selling wristbands and headbands in his native...

Cracking Cadre’s code
SoftBank won’t invest in Cadre after all

SoftBank won’t invest in Cadre after all

SoftBank’s Vision Fund decided against investing in Cadre, the real estate investment startup co-founded by Ryan Williams and Jared and Joshua Kushner. Cadre is still in talks with other investors for a funding round...

SoftBank won’t invest in Cadre after all
Cadre's Ryan Williams

Cadre eyes Google, Facebook employees in bid for customers

Fresh off a partnership deal with Goldman Sachs, the Kushner-backed real estate investment startup Cadre could soon turn to...

Cadre eyes Google, Facebook employees in bid for customers
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