February 24, 2024

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Miami—Locally-based private equity real estate firm Cardone Capital has closed two funds to purchase four properties worth $350 million. The firm also launched a new opportunity fund focused on distressed properties.
Funds VI and VIII were oversubscribed by $4.2 million with Cardone Capital raising $112 million of equity and capital. The properties purchased through the funds include the 288-unit 10X Living at Panama City Beach; Columbia, MD’s 531-unit 10X Living at Columbia Towncenter; a 360-unit retreat at Panama City Beach; and 294-unit Addison Place in Naples.

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