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Bridge Investment Group Announces Successful Closing of $550 Million Recapitalization of Assets From Bridge Multifamily Fund III Into a Continuation Fund

Bridge Investment Group Holdings Inc. (NYSE: BRDG) (“Bridge”) today announced that Bridge Multifamily Fund III has agreed to sell a portfolio of real estate assets to Bridge Multifamily CV LP (the “Continuation Fund”) in a transaction valued at approximately $550 million, including equity raised by the Continuation Fund to support further investment in the portfolio of real estate assets.

The Continuation Fund provides additional time and capital to further invest in the portfolio of real estate assets, while also offering liquidity to existing limited partners of Bridge Multifamily Fund III, who were provided a choice to receive liquidity or continue their investment in the Continuation Fund.

“The closing of our first continuation fund is an important milestone for Bridge,” said Jonathan Slager, Chief Executive Officer. “We are proud of the success this fund has achieved thus far and the attractive returns we have delivered to our existing investors. Multifamily is one of our highest conviction themes and the sector continues to prove its resiliency and growth potential. We are excited to welcome several leading institutional investors as partners with Bridge on this Continuation Fund.”

Latham & Watkins served as Legal Advisor and Evercore served as Financial Advisor to Bridge on the transaction.

About Bridge Investment Group

Bridge is a leading, alternative investment manager, diversified across specialized asset classes, with approximately $48.8 billion of assets under management as of March 31, 2023. Bridge combines its nationwide operating platform with dedicated teams of investment professionals focused on select U.S. verticals across real estate, credit, renewable energy and secondaries strategies.

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