MORRISTOWN, NJ-The Hampshire Cos. hasclosed the Hampshire Partners Fund VIII, a commingled,discretionary value-added real estate investment fund targeted atinstitutional investors. The fund raised $339 million from 20investors, including endowments, foundations, and public/privatepension funds.

The goal of fund VIII is to produce superior risk-adjustedinvestment returns through the acquisition, repositioning,management, and disposition of a diversified portfolio ofindustrial, retail, suburban office, self-storage and medicaloffice properties.

“Our ability to read the marketplace and our experience insuccessfully navigating through over 50 years of real estate cyclesallows us to continue to strengthen our investor portfolios whilebroadening our scope,” says James E. HansonII, CEO and president of The Hampshire Companies, in astatement. “We seek out niche investment opportunities and use ouroperational experience to in order to drive the execution of ourvalue-added repositioning strategies.

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