The view from Ronald Dickerman’s Manhattan office showcases the potential the commercial real estate market continues to hold despite the vacant office buildings that have become emblematic of the ongoing COVID pandemic fall-out and work from home phenomenon.
Since Dickerman founded Madison International Realty in 2002, there have been many market cycles. The beginning of the current boom likely came at about the time the firm closed its Fund VII in March 2020 with $1.2 billion -- and since then, the world and Dickerman’s investment strategy have been drastically reshaped.
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