New York-based real estate venture capital firm MetaProp has launched a $40 million fund that has attracted CBRE Group Inc., RXR Realty and Cushman & Wakefield.
MetaProp II is a venture capital fund that invests in early-stage real estate and real estate technology-related firms. The fund closed on June 13.
The new fund reportedly is expected to invest in real estate technology such as 3-D printing, augmented reality, co-working, blockchain among others.
“We are seeing increasing momentum among property tech start-ups in our industry and our investment in MetaProp will expand our insight into this important ecosystem,” said Chandra Dhandapani, CBRE’s chief digital & technology officer.
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