Private Real Estate Debt

Private Real
Estate Debt

Playing a critical role for borrowers and providing attractive risk-adjusted returns to investors.

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Founded as RCG Longview in 1999, CenterSquare’s process-driven, broadly-informed and highly respected private real estate debt platform plays a critical role in the capital stack, providing reliable core-plus and high-yield solutions to the market.

High-Yield Debt

CenterSquare utilizes “brick-and-mortar” real estate expertise to assess the value creation plans put forth by borrowers and structure financing solutions with the goal of downside risk mitigation for investors.

With a reputation of a best-in-class private lender and a 20+ history of deep relationships, RCG Longview enjoys robust deal flow from the lending community and has successfully raised and deployed the following funds:

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Fund Vintage Invested Capital
RCG Longview High Yield Debt Fund VI, LP2017$533 million
RCG Longview High Yield Debt Fund V, LP2013$642 million
RCG Longview High Yield Debt Fund IV, LP2007$1,202 million
RCG Longview High Yield Debt Fund III, LP2006$970 million
RCG Longview High Yield Debt Fund II, LP2001$279 million
RCG Longview High Yield Debt Fund I, LP1999$120 million

Core-Plus Debt

CenterSquare’s Core-Plus Debt strategy seeks to originate a portfolio of high-quality, mezzanine loans, secured by largely or fully stabilized institutional assets.

Through separately managed accounts and co-investment opportunities, CenterSquare offers investors an attractive risk-reward proposition with the goal to produce consistent, quarterly distribution of income.

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For more information on institutional investment opportunities, please contact Michael Boxer, Managing Director and Co-Head of Private Real Estate Debt.

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Our Private Debt Team

Decades of proven experience in working with clients and each other.

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