Investment Management

Our investment management platform offers acquisition, asset management, disposition and other investment-related services through several different investment vehicles. We will typically co-invest in these strategies, leveraging the company’s asset management expertise to generate attractive, risk-adjusted returns for our clients that include financial institutions, institutional investors, insurance companies, developers, pension funds, family offices and government agencies.

Across the Western U.S. and Europe, Kennedy Wilson manages over 50 million square feet of properties and more than $2 billion in fee-bearing capital through commingled funds and separate accounts:

  • Commingled Funds: Since 2000, our private commingled funds have leveraged the intellectual capital and resources of Kennedy Wilson’s global platform to target value-add investments in office, multifamily and other real estate investments. We generally focus on markets with dense populations, high barriers to entry, and/or limited supply of land for development. We seek to acquire investments at a discount to replacement cost where we can maximize returns for our investors by implementing our value-add asset management program.
  • Separate Accounts: We invest capital on behalf of several partners with separate account mandates, where we act as the general partner on certain long-term investment strategies (that do not compete with our commingled fund mandates) and are responsible for sourcing new investment opportunities, executing the asset-level business plan and asset managing in both the U.S. and Europe.

Case Studies

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400/430 California Street

400/430 California Street (the “Property”) is located in the heart of the Central Business District of San Francisco, California. The Property consists of an iconic, 27,348 square foot Bank Branch and a 21-story, 246,919 square foot Office Tower. The Office Tower was developed in 1965, while the Bank Branch was constructed in 1908 and is currently the 3rd building on San Francisco’s Designated Landmark List.