In the News

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California company scoops up trio of Denver-area business parks for $116M

Kennedy Wilson Fund VI has picked up three business parks in the Denver metro, including a pair of office properties that set a Colorado record when they traded hands in 2016.

Denver Business Journal
Kennedy Wilson Buys Bothell’s Canyon Park East for $54.6MM

It has been a busy fourth quarter for Beverly Hills, Calif.-based Kennedy Wilson, who has closed on yet another Puget Sound office sale in the region. 

The Registry
Kennedy Wilson Buys $342M Multifamily Portfolio

The five-property multifamily portfolio is located throughout the West Coast and traded hands in an off-market transaction.
Docklands businesses pledge €100,000 to local education initiative

Kennedy Wilson has teamed up with 

The Irish Times
Kennedy Wilson Buys UK Office Campus

Global real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson is expanding its U.K.

Commercial Property Executive
Property Investors Follow Millennials to the Hot Mountain States

Income from rental apartment buildings nearly doubled between 2004 and 2018 in the region.

Wall Street Journal
Reno-based Greenstreet Companies and Vintage Housing launch Steamboat by Vintage the first new large affordable rental community to be built in the last 15 years

Vintage Housing, along with partner Kennedy Wilson, specializes in the development and operation of affordable housing. 

Multihousing Pro
Kennedy Wilson Receives $300M Investment

Eldridge Industries adds deeper financial ties with Beverly Hills real estate firm

The Real Deal
Seniors Housing Community Helps Meet Growing Need in Reno, Nevada

Vintage at the Crossings Wins 2019 Multifamily Executive Award in the Affordable Senior Category

Multifamily Executive
Kennedy Wilson Wins Gold for 430 California Street Lease

Now in their ninth year, the CPE Distinguished Achievement Awards recognize the year’s top deals, projects and future leaders.

Commercial Property Executive
Capital Dock Named "Building of the Year"

Capital Dock was once again recognized for excellence in building and design at the Building and Architect of the Year awards gala in Dublin on October 3, 2019.

Building of the Year
New Kennedy Wilson JV Acquires 1st Property

In partnership with Security Benefit, the company purchased an office campus in Bellevue, Wash., for $227 million. WeWork is among the tenants of the three-building asset.

Commercial Property Executive
Dragons at the Docks boat race raises €350,000 for charity

Kennedy Wilson overall winner of property industry fundraiser for Dublin Simon Community

The Irish Times
Kennedy Wilson Buys Half Moon Street in Cork for €36.3m

The mixed use development, which was finished in 2009, overlooks the River Lee in Cork’s city centre, and includes office space and 63,000 sq ft of retail space let to two tenants.

The Irish Times
Republic set to become biggest EU market for Kennedy Wilson

Speaking to analysts yesterday, chairman and chief executive, William McMorrow, said that the Republic was on track to become its biggest European market by net operating income.

The Irish Times
Kennedy Wilson's Christine Deschaine Named "Volunteer of the Year"

The Los Angeles Business Journal Awarded Senior Vice President of Brokerage "Volunteer of the Year" as Part of the 2019 Women's Council & Awards

Los Angeles Business Journal
Nama sells its stake in Capital Dock development in Dublin

Kennedy Wilson and Axa Investment Managers are the two remaining shareholders

The Irish Times
Kennedy Wilson Pays £41.3M for Ditton Park

Kennedy Wilson and its equity partners has closed on the acquisition of Ditton Park, a 200-acre office campus in South East England.

Property Magazine International
Kennedy Wilson Puts Hawaii Ranch Land on the Market for $52M

An affiliate of Kennedy Wilson Inc., which had planned to develop the old Dillingham Ranch into an agricultural subdivision, has instead listed the 2,740-acre property on the Nort

Pacific Business News
Parnell Square Plan with New Library and Plaza is Approved

Kennedy Wilson undertook to fundraise for the newly formed Parnell Square Foundation, which would develop the scheme with a minimum of 55 per cent of the costs to be funded throug

The Irish Times