Our opportunistic strategy primarily seeks to create value by acquiring, developing and redeveloping high-quality office, for-sale residential and mixed-use properties, as well as by pursuing targeted investments in undeveloped land parcels.

  • Tishman Speyer Brazil Fund

    Tishman Speyer Brazil Fund (Brazil Fund I) closed in 2007 with R$1.2 billion in capital commitments. Brazil Fund I pursued development and redevelopment of high-quality office, for-sale residential and mixed-use properties for multinational corporations, high-quality domestic companies and an increasingly affluent population. The fund acquired nine properties in target markets including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Brasília.

  • Tishman Speyer Brazil Fund II

    Tishman Speyer Brazil Fund II (Brazil Fund II) closed in 2008 with R$197 million in capital commitments. Brazil Fund II pursued development and redevelopment of international-quality office, industrial and for-sale residential properties. The fund acquired three properties in target markets including São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Sorocaba.

  • Tishman Speyer Brazil Fund III

    Tishman Speyer Brazil Fund III (Brazil Fund III) closed in 2012 with R$756 million in capital commitments. Brazil Fund III pursued development and redevelopment of international-quality office, mixed-use and for-sale residential properties. The fund acquired five properties in target markets including Porto Maravilha in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Belo Horizonte.

  • Tishman Speyer China Fund

    Tishman Speyer China Fund (China Fund) closed in 2008 with $884 million in capital commitments. China Fund acquired, developed and managed real estate assets in major, high-growth urban centers in China in order to capitalize on strong economic growth, an increasingly wealthy middle class and massive urbanization. The fund acquired five properties in target markets including Shanghai, Tianjin and Chengdu.

  • Tishman Speyer India Fund

    Tishman Speyer India Fund (India Fund I) closed in 2007 with INR$15.7 billion in capital commitments. India Fund I pursued the acquisition, development and redevelopment of high-quality office, for-sale residential and mixed-use properties in India, focusing on high demand from multinational corporations, technology and business process outsourcing. The fund acquired four properties in target markets including Gurgaon, Chennai and Hyderabad.