Corigin Forms as NYU's Largest Student Housing Provider

New York City — Coalco New York has spun off its real estate holdings operation into Corigin Holdings.

 

New York City — Coalco New York has spun off its real estate holdings operation and created a new entity, Corigin Holdings. Corigin Holdings has assumed some real estate assets of Coalco to create two new divisons, Corigin Real Estate Group and Corigin Private Equity Group. Corrigan Real Estate Group's core portfolio is student housing in New York City that was developed and leased to New York University. The company also owns properties in New Jersey and Florida. The company is led by Ryan Freedman as chairman and CEO. Freedman was previously chairman and CEO of Coalco New York.

 

— Randy Shearin

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