PEN LATAM FUNDS
Peninsula LatAm strategy offers investors an opportunity to invest in real estate assets in Latin America seeking an operational hedge to the US Dollar
The strategy focuses on investments in middle-income for-sale residential and mixed-use properties in partnership with local & experienced developers across selected markets in Latin America
Peninsula LatAm Fund IV (PEN LatAm IV) – Vintage 2018
Peninsula LatAm IV closed at US$150 million.
Peninsula LatAm IV is a Latin American opportunistic real estate fund, the fund’s strategy is to create value by providing equity and debt financing to development projects targeting the growing middle class and to distressed real estate opportunities in selected markets across the region.
Peninsula seeks to add value at both the developer and project level through hands-on execution and the implementation of sophisticated systems into the sales, management and construction processes. Peninsula optimizes the financial performance by actively monitoring these processes throughout the lifecycle of every project.
Peninsula LatAm Fund III (PEN LatAm III) – Vintage 2014
Our third Fund continues to focus on the same successful strategy of our prior two funds with a larger scale and deeper relationships with our existing network of developers. Peninsula III had its first closing in November of 2015. The investors of Peninsula III are the Limited Partners of Peninsula I and II as well as, International Development Banks, Pension Funds, Fund-of-Funds and Family Offices. Peninsula III will invest in 35 projects, develop over 12,000 homes and construct over 700,000 m2 across Peninsula's target markets.
Peninsula LatAm Fund II (PEN LatAm II) – Vintage 2010
The second Fund, Peninsula Development Fund II, leverages the relationships and lessons learned in Peninsula I to deploy the same successful strategy in a larger scale. Peninsula II had its first closing in May 2010 and held its final closing in March 2012.
Peninsula LatAm Fund I (PEN LatAm I) – Vintage 2006
Peninsula Development Fund I used a novel strategy in Latin America, the fund committed capital to the development of residential projects in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, and Uruguay. Peninsula LatAm Fund I held its final closing in 2006.