Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation
The Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation is a SEC Registered Investment Adviser that manages private equity real estate investments and provides real estate services for domestic and international clients. Established in Boston, Massachusetts in 1959 as a construction firm by Petros A. Palandjian, an Armenian immigrant from Iran, the corporation has acquired, developed, managed, and owned over US $10 Billion of real estate assets of all real property types.  Petros Palandjian died in 1996 of gastric cancer.  His son, Peter Palandjian, is the CEO of Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation.
Today, Intercontinental manages a portfolio in excess of $4 billion for its clients. The Intercontinental portfolio is diversified both by robust property mix and by geography. Fund strategies actively seek opportunities to invest in both Core and Core-Plus properties, as well as in Value-Add operating properties and development projects,
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- Peter Palandjian, executor, & another v. Gerald S. Foster. 446 Mass.100 5 Dec 2005 - 21 Feb 2006 Middlesex County. Access date:2014-02-05.
- Fitzgerald, Jay. Peter Palandjian: Holding court in real estate investment management. Boston Business Journal, 2011 June 24. BizJournals.com Access date:2014-02-05.
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