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Los Angeles pension fund to make up to $100M in real estate buys in fiscal 2019

The Los Angeles Fire and Police Pension System intends to make up to $100 million in new purchases and dispose of some assets in the 2019 fiscal year in a bid to rebalance its $633 million U.S. real estate portfolio, IPE Real Assets reported, citing a board meeting report.

The pension fund's portfolio is managed by AEW Capital Management LP, which is expected to particularly focus on industrial, multifamily and high-grade retail assets, targeting the 20 largest urban markets by population and assets.

According to the report, the Shadeland Station office asset in Indianapolis and a St. Louis industrial portfolio have been earmarked for disposal, among other older assets in secondary markets.

Four office buildings in Kennett Square, Pa.; Huntersville, N.C.; and Minneapolis are also under review for a potential sale, as is a retail complex in Tulsa, Okla.