In-Person Roundtable: Investment Strategies with Dan Neidich, CEO of DUNE Real Estate Partners
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Join us for an intimate IN PERSON real estate roundtable with Dan Neidich. This session will be an opportunity to connect with a select, intimate group of young rising stars in the industry, as we convene on February 6. Bring your questions to connect with Dan, grow your network, and make new connections.
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Daniel Neidich is the Chief Executive Officer of Dune Real Estate Partners LP (“Dune”), a New York City based real estate investment firm broadly focused on opportunities stemming from capital dislocation in the real estate market. At Dune, Mr. Neidich leads a senior team of professionals in executing its strategy, which generally focuses on debt and equity in deep value-add, contrarian and distressed investments.
Dune manages the Dune Real Estate Funds which were launched by Mr. Neidich in 2005 and have raised $4.2 billion of equity capital and control $4.6 billion of assets.
Prior to founding Dune in 2004, Mr. Neidich was at Goldman Sachs where he was a member of the firm’s Management Committee, Vice Chairman's Council, co-head of the Merchant Banking Division and Chairman of the Whitehall Investment Committee. In 1984, Mr. Neidich became a partner of Goldman Sachs and in 1990 he became head of Goldman Sachs’ Real Estate Department. In 1992, Mr. Neidich formed the Real Estate Principal Investment Area, in 1998 he became co-head of the Merchant Banking Division, in 1999 he joined the firm’s Management Committee and in 2000 he joined the firm’s Vice Chairman's Council.
In 1991, under Mr. Neidich’s direction, Goldman Sachs raised the first Whitehall fund to invest in real estate opportunities. Under his leadership, the Whitehall Funds raised over $12 billion of total equity and purchased over $50 billion of real estate interests worldwide.
Mr. Neidich has held leadership positions in industry organizations for decades. He is a Trustee and a member of the America’s Executive Committee of the Urban Land Institute, a multidisciplinary real estate forum that facilitates an open exchange of ideas, information, and experience among industry leaders and policy makers. He is the former Chairman of the International Advisory Board of the Real Estate Academic Initiative at Harvard University and a member of Columbia Business School’s MBA Real Estate Program Advisory Board. Mr. Neidich is a former Chairman of the Real Estate Roundtable and a former Trustee of the International Council of Shopping Centers as well as a former member of the Board of Governors of the Real Estate Board of New York, the International Advisory Board of Eurohypo AG and the Board of Directors of General American Investors Company, Inc. Mr. Neidich serves on the boards of Prep for Prep (where he is a member of the Executive Committee), The Child Mind Institute (where he is a member of the Audit and Finance Committee) and The Trust for Governors Island. He is a former member of The Hotchkiss School’s Investment Committee, the Board of Governors of The Nature Conservancy and the Museum of Modern Art. Mr. Neidich received an M.B.A. from Stanford University Graduate School of Business in 1974 and a B.A. from Yale University in 1972.