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Chestnut Funds and Anchor Health Properties launch second healthcare fund
Chestnut Healthcare Fund II, a new investment vehicle centered on the acquisition of medical office buildings and other related healthcare real estate assets across the U.S. The $100 million real estate private equity investment fund will seek core and core-plus assets over the next 48 months.
Working through it: Chattanooga employers ramp up resources to support employees through a grueling year
Read more about Chestnut Funds’ newest initiative, the Flexible Friday program, in this Chattanooga Times Free Press article.
December 2020 Viewpoints
2020 has been quite a year and highlighted the value of our operating partner investment model. Read why we work with operating partners and focus on middle-market real estate in our year-end Viewpoints.
September 2020 Viewpoints
Part II of a three-part Chestnut Funds’ Viewpoints series on the origin and distinct approach of the Chestnut Opportunity Zone Fund and how investments in Opportunity Zones can play a role in economic recovery.
Chestnut Funds participates in Funds4Food Charity Event
Chestnut was proud to participate in Funds4Food's Virtual Cap Intro Charity Event, where 100% of the net proceeds will go to international food insecurity organizations and help those most in need during this time.
Chestnut's OZ Fund invests in Northern Liberties neighborhood of Philadelphia
Chestnut recently closed on the 601 Spring Garden in Philadelphia. The property is a five-story building, plus a basement, with 23,034 of rentable square feet. Originally constructed in 1885, the asset was previously the Philadelphia Belting Company.
March 2020 Viewpoints
We continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and remain committed to providing transparency in our thoughts regarding Chestnut’s investment portfolio and the broader real estate market. Here are our thoughts on how we expect different property types to be impacted as a result of the pandemic.
Chestnut Continues Investment in Memphis Market
Chestnut closed on the historic property in downtown Memphis, known as the"Cycle Shop", once housed Memphis Cycle and Repair Shop and is located in the Edge District, a former industrial area experiencing renewed interest and attention given its proximity to downtown and the Memphis Medical District.