The North Attleboro Contributory Retirement System in Massachusetts has issued requests for proposals to manage two real estate mandates for the $160 million public retirement system. The system is seeking managers for an $8 million core real estate mandate and for a core plus real estate mandate of the same value, according to the RFPs, which can be found on consultant Dahab Associates’ website.
Sharon Sullivan, executive director, deferred questions to Kevin Condy, director of research at Dahab Associates.
“Both searches are state-mandated rebids and the incumbents have been invited to submit,” Condy wrote in an email to AW. He added that the plan’s current allocation to real estate is $16 million, representing approximately 10% of its portfolio.
All proposals are due at noon EDT on Aug. 26. Sharon Sullivan, executive director, deferred questions to Condy.