Cadre, a technology-enabled real estate investment platform, today
announced it is opening a Chicago office. The new office will be the New
York City-based startup’s third location.
The expansion, following the opening of a Toronto, Canada office in
December 2017, is the result of continued growth for Cadre’s team and
investment platform. Cadre has closed more than $1.2 billion in
investments to date, and in January announced the closing of a $250
million investment partnership with Goldman Sachs providing Goldman
Sachs’ clients with access to Cadre’s investment opportunities.
“The expansion of our footprint to Chicago is an exciting step for Cadre
as we continue to build both our investor base and operating partner
network across the U.S. We’re thrilled by this opportunity to further
grow our world-class team,” said Ryan Williams, CEO of Cadre.
Dan Rosenbloom, a Partner and Managing Director at Cadre, will be
leading and building out the team as head of the Chicago office. Dan
brings 22 years of industry experience, previously holding positions at
JP Morgan, Fortress Investment Group and GEM Realty Capital, where he
served on GEM’s Investment Committee.
“Chicago’s real estate community is rich with talent, and I’m excited to
tap into that talent to help build Cadre’s network of operating partners
and investors using our combination of industry experience, long-term
relationships and technical, data-driven innovation,” said Rosenbloom.
“This is more than just a homecoming for me, it is an opportunity for
Cadre to build our presence in a centrally located market, which will
provide even greater access to investment opportunities across the U.S.”
Cadre is a technology-enabled real estate investment platform that
provides qualified individuals and institutions access to fully vetted
commercial real estate opportunities. Cadre combines its institutional
experience with differentiated technology in order to empower investors
through direct access, lower fees, and greater transparency. Cadre has
raised more than $133M from investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Jim
Breyer of Breyer Capital, Ford Foundation, Founders Fund, General
Catalyst, Goldman Sachs, Khosla Ventures, SL Green and Thrive Capital.
For more information, please visit cadre.com.
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