Real Estate

SEE Real Estate Fund

The Chayton Capital SEE Real Estate Fund launched the start of its fund raising in March 2018. The opportunistic Fund plans to invest in the growth economies of Romania, Slovenia, Croatia, Bulgaria and Serbia utilising its established relationships with experienced joint venture partners. The target size of the Fund is €75-100 million and it will have a life of 6 years. The Fund's investment strategy will offer investors liquidity and flexibility through its target investment sectors. These will predominantly be retail parks, city centre offices, residential developments for sale and rental, and recovery assets, which together will provide investors with the key risk mitigants of tenant quality and strong cash flow. One key focus of the Fund will be the importance of energy and sustainability factors in its investment decision making, and its Investment Committee will utilise the expertise of Chayton Capital's Renewal and Sustainable Energy Fund management in that decision-making.


Chayton Duna Property Fund L.P. closed in the first quarter of 2007 and focused on real estate projects in Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, and Romania. The portfolio included a diverse mix of projects, including the award-winning Swan Office and Technology Park in Bucharest, Romania.


Chayton Sava Property Fund L.P. closed in 2008 with a strategy of acquiring off-market development sites in Hungary, Poland, Romania and Serbia. The Fund is currently disposing of its remaining assets.

Black Sea

In late 2009, Chayton Capital assumed responsibility on behalf of its limited partners, as the investment advisor, to the Black Sea Enhanced Returns Fund Limited.

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