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Inveniam to conduct $260M of tokenized real estate, infrastructure deals

Inveniam Capital Partners is conducting $260 million worth of tokenized infrastructure and real estate transactions during the first quarter.

The capital markets firm said investors can transact in cryptocurrency or fiat currency across four investment opportunities: a commercial real estate partnership that is acquiring a WeWork Cos. Inc.-occupied building in Miami for $65.5 million; a student housing partnership that is acquiring three North Dakota State University student housing projects with 917 beds for $90 million; an infrastructure partnership that is seeking a $50 million investment in a water pipeline project in the Bakken shale around Williston, N.D.; and a multifamily housing partnership developing a 500-unit project in southwest Florida, with the second phase costing up to $75 million.

Inveniam will structure the deals as digital tokens using the platform. Each token will represent $50,000, with a $500,000 minimum round lot purchase. Inveniam will serve as general partner in all four deals, and limited partnership interests will be sold in the form of tokens bought with cryptocurrency. Roers Development LLC will also serve as general partner, alongside Inveniam, in the southwest Florida deal.

Except with respect to the southwest Florida transaction, proceeds from the sale of tokens will be exchanged into U.S. dollars over a period of time and be provided to the seller. The proceeds from the southwest Florida transaction will be provided to the general partner for the development of the property.

Inveniam said it may add to those four transactions before the auction.