BEPIF primarily targets substantially stabilized, income-generating European real estate1

Investment Approach

  • High conviction, thematic investing
  • Portfolio positioned to continue to perform well in a rising rate, inflationary environment

Market Focus

  • Diverse, Pan-European exposure

Portfolio Construction

Flexibility to invest in European Real Estate through:

  • Direct real estate investments
  • Into and alongside a high-quality, diversified European portfolio through Blackstone’s European Core+ real estate fund for institutional investors, Blackstone Property Partners Europe (“BPP Europe”)
  • Up to 10% in real estate-related debt

BEPIF’s €2.6B portfolio reflects capital deployment in Blackstone’s highest conviction themes2

Sector Allocation3

Geographic Allocation3

Note: As of April 30, 2022, unless otherwise noted. Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results. There can be no assurance that any Blackstone fund or investment will achieve its objectives or avoid substantial losses.

Investment Themes and Examples


Strong e-commerce tailwinds driving occupier demand and rental growth

Mileway, Pan-European

Knowledge Centers

Capitalizing on technology and media-driven growth

Infinity Office Asset, Ireland

Data Centers

Surging demand in data creation and storage

Harbour Exchange, U.K.

Note: The above are examples of select investment themes that Blackstone currently pursues when making investment decisions. Such themes are subject to change and there can be no assurance that any Blackstone fund will pursue any particular theme. The above investments are not representative of all investments of a given type or of investments generally. Represents Blackstone’s view of the current market environment as of the date appearing in these materials only. There can be no assurance that any Blackstone fund or investment will achieve its objectives or avoid substantial losses.

  1. BEPIF’s investments at any given time may exceed and otherwise vary materially from allocation expectations.
  2. Gross Asset Value is measured as the fair value of (i) real estate investments at BEPIF share, plus (ii) real estate debt investments. “Real estate investments” is comprised of BEPIF’s majority-controlled property investments, BEPIF’s look-through share of property investments held by BPP Europe and equity in minority investments.
  3. Sector and geographic breakdown by Gross Asset Value at BEPIF share including investment into BPP Europe on a look-through basis and excluding debt investments. “Other” in the sector allocation chart includes The Arch Company, luxury retail and other assets. “Other” in the geographic allocation chart includes logistics assets in Austria, Belgium, CEE, Greece, Italy, Portugal, and Switzerland. Totals may not sum due to rounding.

Summary of Key Risk Factors

We have classified this product as 3 out of 7, which is a medium low-risk class. This rates the potential losses from future performance at a medium low level, and poor market conditions could impact our capacity to pay you.

There is no specific recommended holding period for the product. The actual risk can vary significantly and you may get back less. You may not be able to sell your product easily or you may have to sell at a price that significantly impacts on how much you get back. The summary risk indicator is a guide to the level of risk of this product compared to other products. It shows how likely it is that the product will lose money because of movements in the markets or because we are not able to pay you. Be aware of currency risk. BEPIF is denominated in Euro (EUR). You may receive payments in a different currency, so the final return you will get depend on the exchange rate between the two currencies. This risk is not considered in the indicator shown above. This investment involves a high degree of risk and should only be made if an investor can afford the loss of its entire investment. There are no guarantees or assurances regarding the achievement of investment objectives or performance. This product does not include any protection from future market performance so you could lose some or all of your investment. If we are not able to pay you what is owed, you could lose some or all of your investment.

In considering any investment performance information contained in the Materials, recipients should bear in mind that past or estimated performance is not necessarily indicative of future results and there can be no assurance that BEPIF will achieve comparable results, implement its investment strategy, achieve its objectives or avoid substantial losses or that any expected returns will be met.

  • Conflicts of Interest. There may be occasions when a Fund’s general partner and/or the investment advisor, and their affiliates will encounter potential conflicts of interest in connection with such Fund’s activities including, without limitation, the allocation of investment opportunities, relationships with Blackstone’s and its affiliates’ investment banking and advisory clients, and the diverse interests of such Fund’s limited partner group. There can be no assurance that the Sponsor will identify, mitigate, or resolve all conflicts of interest in a manner that is favorable to the Partnership.
  • Epidemics / Pandemics. Certain countries have been susceptible to epidemics which may be designated as pandemics by world health authorities, most recently COVID-19. The outbreak of such epidemics, together with any resulting restrictions on travel or quarantines imposed, has had and will continue to have a negative impact on the economy and business activity globally (including in the countries in which the Fund invests), and thereby is expected to adversely affect the performance of the Fund’s investments. Furthermore, the rapid development of epidemics could preclude prediction as to their ultimate adverse impact on economic and market conditions, and, as a result, presents material uncertainty and risk with respect to the Fund and the performance of its investments.
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  • Real Estate Investments. A Fund’s investments do and will consist primarily of real estate investments and real estate related investments. All real estate investments are subject to some degree of risk. For example, real estate investments are relatively illiquid and, therefore, will tend to limit Blackstone’s ability to vary a Fund’s portfolio promptly in response to changes in economic or other conditions. No assurances can be given that the fair market value of any real estate investments held by a Fund will not decrease in the future or that such Fund will recognize full value for any investment that such Fund is required to sell for liquidity reasons. Additionally, deterioration of real estate fundamentals generally may negatively impact the performance of a Fund.
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