A US Securities and Exchange Commission filing released on Monday indicates real estate specialist RSF Partners has set a $200 million target for its sixth Strategic Partners Fund.
Firm president Christopher Mahowald did not respond to a request for comment.
RSF invests in traditional commercial real estate and loans, senior living facilities and residential land, according to its website. The firm’s strategy allows it to invest across the capital structure on a leverage or unleveraged basis.
Mahowald, Kurt Read and Tony Koeijmans are listed as executive officers on the fund’s SEC filing. Read originates and manages RSF’s investments in the senior living sector. Koeijmans’ responsibilities include underwriting, structuring and executing new investments, according to the firm’s website.
RSF is headquartered in Dallas. The firm has invested more than $500 million in capital.