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Founder and Portfolio Manager of Irving Investors

New York, NY
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About Me

Jeremy Abelson grew up in San Mateo, California and is a graduate of the University of Michigan where he majored in Communications and played Water Polo. Jeremy currently lives in Denver with his wife and four kids.

As the founder and portfolio manager of Irving Investors, Jeremy Abelson employs a sector agnostic approach and adopts a single name investment strategy. Jeremy started Irving in 2009, after being part of two successful acquisitions. Additionally, Jeremy invests in a number of private deals. The objective to diversify into yield-focused deals as well as assets that are uncorrelated to the public markets.

The largest concentration is in passive real estate deals, primarily multi-family acquisition deals, but also senior housing, retail, industrial, single-family residential and office acquisition. Additionally, Jeremy has invested in a few ground-up development deals including some multifamily, senior housing, retail, hotel and office developments.

Much of Jeremy’s success is generated through his network of relationships with companies, investment banks, venture investors, public market investors and other Family Offices. Jeremy is highly reliant on this network for access to deal flow as well as shared analysis and co-diligence.

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