SAN FRANCISCO—Tidewater Capital, a San Francisco-based real estate investor and developer focused on the Bay Area, has exceeded its initial target of $200 million in equity commitments for its third discretionary fund with a diverse pool of limited partners, including university endowments, charitable foundations, and family offices, participating in a vehicle with a $250 million cap.

“We have tremendous confidence in the long-term prospects of the Bay Area,” said Tidewater Managing Principal Craig Young. “While capital markets broadly have been deeply challenging, both our returning and our new investment partners have placed a great deal of confidence in our ability to navigate a rapidly evolving market to capitalize on a Bay Area rebound.”

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