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The Hilton Washington's major equity investor, the Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund, is a joint venture between Canyon Capital Realty Advisors and basketball-legend-turned-urban-entrepreneur Earvin "Magic" Johnson.
The project is not the only development in Brooklyn being bankrolled by the Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund.
This project is the Bank's first with Stratus Properties and second with the Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund.
LOS ANGELES -- Canyon-Johnson Urban Funds (CJUF) recently closed all-cash on the acquisition of a 32-acre parcel located in Miami's Flagler Corridor.
The success of the Canyon-Johnson Urban Funds has proven that investing in ethnically diverse markets can not only generate strong financial returns, but also benefit local communities and facilitate a positive environmental impact," said Bobby Turner, the fund's managing partner.
Todd Mansfield, chairman and CEO of Charlotte, NC-based Crosland, announced that Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund, has invested with Crosland in Terrazzo, a $65 million mixed-use development under construction in The Gulch, an arts redevelopment district in downtown Nashville.
history, the Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund (CJUF) and Lowe Enterprises Investors announced the purchase from Hilton Hotels Corporation of the iconic Hilton Washington hotel near Dupont Circle for $290 million.
The Green Street transaction is consistent with Canyon's continued desire to capitalize quality residential and mixed-use projects in New York," said Bobby Turner, managing partner of Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund.
LOS ANGELES -- Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund (CJUF) has provided preferred equity capital to a joint venture among The McGregor Company, Polis Builders Ltd.
In the past two years, Canyon Capital and its affiliate, the Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund, have provided debt and equity capital for several high-profile mixed-use developments in New York City, including the acquisition of several large parcels of improved land located in the West Chelsea district and the development of One Hanson Place in the landmark Williamsburg Savings Bank Building in Brooklyn.
WASHINGTON, DC: The Canyon-Johnson Urban Fund is making its first ever investment in the Washington, DC market by partnering with Faison of Charlotte, North Carolina, on the development of a transit-oriented condominium project next to the Navy Yard Metro station in the Near Southeast submarket.