Colony Credit Real Estate, Inc. lists on the New York
Stock Exchange trading under CLNC.
Launches Digital Colony, a new platform focused on
digital infrastructure investment opportunities.
Completes merger with NorthStar Asset Management Group Inc. and NorthStar Realty Finance Corp.
Celebrates its 25th year anniversary.
Launches its first open-end fund, Colony Industrial Fund, which invests in U.S. industrial assets (portfolio is now among the largest, if not the largest, portfolio of light industrial properties).
Colony American Homes and Starwood Waypoint Residential Trust merge, resulting in Colony Starwood Homes (NYSE: SFR), a market leading single family residential rental platform.
Merger of Colony Capital and Colony Financial combines investment management business with publicly traded REIT, forming Colony Capital, Inc. (NYSE: CLNY).
Amasses a portfolio of 20,000 single-family residential homes through the launch of Colony American Homes.
Completes its 100th transaction since global financial crisis.
Acquires Cobalt Capital Partners and its national portfolio of light industrial properties, which formed the basis for Colony’s light industrial platform.
Largest buyer of FDIC structured portfolios, including over 7,000 loans totaling $6 billion of unpaid principal balance.
Co-led the management buyout of First Republic Bank from Bank of America Corporation.
Colony Financial, Inc. goes public (NYSE: CLNY).
Establishes Colony Distressed Credit Fund (CDCF) series with CDCF I, the first in a series of global opportunistic credit funds.
Establishes Colony Realty Partners to invest in U.S. core-plus and value-added real estate.
Becomes one of the largest buyers of debt in Asia. Establishes multiple offices throughout Asia during Asian Financial crisis.
Establishes European presence with office in Paris.
Acquires $2.7 billion in distressed debt.
Founded concurrently with the acquisition of a distressed portfolio from Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC).
Colony forms first institutional investment fund.