December 2021Harrison Street Acquires Partnership for Military Family Housing at Six U.S. Air Force Bases
Includes 4,000+ Homes in Top-Performing Communities Across High-Demand Geographies. Launches Mayroad, a New Asset Management Company Focused on Military Family Housing.
December 2021Harrison Street, Watermark: Investors, Consumers Raise Bar On How Senior Living Buildings Promote Wellness
Improving air quality and tightening infection control standards for senior housing became paramount in the throes of the Covid-19 pandemic. Two players in the space, private equity firm Harrison Street and operator Watermark Retirement, are using the perspective gained to improve the standards of their portfolios.
November 2021Harrison Street Sells Nearly $2 Billion in Student Housing Assets Across Two Separate Portfolio Transactions to GSA and Scion
Harrison Street announced the sale of two student housing portfolios for a combined $1.9 billion.
November 2021Harrison Street acquires self-storage portfolio, makes largest portfolio transaction to date
Harrison Street has acquired a portfolio of 26 self-storage properties, operated under the Midgard Self Storage brand, across six states.
November 2021EXCLUSIVE: Harrison Street and Capstone Development Partners to deliver mixed-use student housing at University of Washington Bothell
Harrison Street and Capstone Development Partners, a major developer of on-campus housing and higher-education facilities, have developed a mixed-use student-housing public-private-partnership (P3) project at the University of Washington Bothell.
November 2021Private Equity Wire US Awards 2021: Harrison Street Awarded Best Real Estate Manager (fund size above USD1bn)
Private Equity Wire has announced the winners of the Private Equity Wire US Awards 2021, compiled in conjunction with Bloomberg. Harrison Street was awarded Best Real Estate Manager (Fund Size Above $1 Billion).
Harrison Street together with its joint venture (JV) partner, Cortland are to develop a 40-unit build-to-rent (BTR) property in Birmingham, UK.
C.E.O.s are eager for employees to return — and afraid of alienating those who have grown accustomed to working from home.