Crow Holdings

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Crow Family Holdings was formed as a family office to own and manage the capital of the Trammell Crow family. Today, Crow Family Holdings has a substantial stake in the ownership of various businesses, both real estate and non-real estate related, with a level of involvement in the management of these businesses that ranges from active to passive. Their holdings also include significant, diversified positions in financial investments.

While Crow Family Holdings has interests in numerous diversified investment activities, real estate is our foundation. Trammell Crow began a career of real estate development at the end of World War II. Since that time his family has had a prominent role as developers and investors in the U.S. and international real estate markets and has always embraced long-term partnerships. Crow Family Holdings has been an active investor in industrial, office, retail, mart, land, hotel and residential real estate businesses in the United States, Europe and South America. Although real estate is its foundation, Crow Family Holdings has numerous and varied investment activities, including an investment portfolio with substantial stakes in privately held operating businesses and financial assets. Crow Family Holdings does not provide investment advisory services to any persons other than Crow family members and their affiliates.

Apparently, the firm’s holdings are based around real estate but includes other investments in order to provide diversification.[1] + Crow Family Holdings does not provide investment advisory services to any persons other than Crow family members and their affiliates.


Other Crow Family organizations include the Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art. The Trammell Crow Company was purchased by outsiders in late 2006.

In the 2010 Pennsylvania election for the US Senate, the company was the largest corporate contributor to the Republican challenger Pat Toomey.[2]

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  1. ^ Welcome to Crow Holdings
  2. ^ Pennsylvania Senate Race Profile - Election 2010 - The New York Times

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http://www.crowholdings.com

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