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Our History

Monogram became a fully-integrated, self-managed company in July 2014. Prior to the rebranding of Monogram, the predecessor named entity was formed by Behringer Harvard, which raised $127 million of equity from accredited investors. In 2008, Monogram registered with the SEC as a non-listed, public REIT, allowing sales of securities, on a best efforts basis, to non-accredited investors through the independent U.S. broker-dealer network and raised $1.5 billion of equity capital, this offering closed on September 2011.

Since 2007, Monogram has acquired and built a highly curated portfolio of new multifamily properties in core urban markets, and at the same time built a passionate, experienced team. The selection criteria for Monogram remain the same for additions to our portfolio and our organization.

 

Monogram Residential Trust Timeline

2006 Predecessor named entity formed by Behringer Harvard; $127 million of equity raised from accredited investors
2006 Co-investment program established with PGGM; $100 million initial equity commitment (subsequently raised to $300 million)
2008 Registers with the SEC as a non-listed, public REIT, allowing sales of securities, on a best efforts basis, to non-accredited investors through the independent U.S. broker-dealer network
2008 – 2011 Raises $1.5 billion of equity capital. Offering closed September 2011
2011 Established Joint Venture relationship with NPS, advised by Heitman, through the sale of partial interests in both wholly owned properties and joint venture interest that PGGM and Monogram previously owned
2013 Amends advisory and joint venture relationship with PGGM which included an additional $300MM “revolver” commitment
2014 Completes transformation to fully-integrated self-managed company and rebrands as Monogram Residential Trust, Inc.
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