CalPERS committed an additional $1.3 billion total to three real estate partnerships, said agenda materials for the investment committee's meeting on Monday.
The $298 billion California Public Employees' Retirement System, Sacramento, added $600 million to Institutional Logistics Partners, a real estate partnership with Bentall Kennedy. CalPERS first invested $250 million in Institutional Logistics Partners in March 2013. The strategy seeks to invest in core industrial properties.
Separately, CalPERS added a total of $700 million to two real estate partnerships with GI Partners.
The pension fund added $400 million to TechCore and $300 million to CalEast Solstice. TechCore invests in “technology advantaged” properties in the U.S., such as data centers, Internet gateways, corporate campuses for technology tenants and life-science properties in U.S. metropolitan areas, according to a news release from CalPERS. The pension fund first invested $500 million in TechCore in May 2012. The size of the CalEast Solstice portfolio could not be learned by press time.
CalPERS spokesman Joe DeAnda could not immediately be reached for additional information.