Vartry uses a macro-level research driven process in evaluating investments, with a disciplined focus on key fundamentals, supported by detailed underwriting that best positions it to deliver optimal risk-adjusted returns.

In order to ensure total alignment with its investors and capital partners, Vartry co-invests in every transaction it is involved in.


Willett is a New York based owner-operator, that specializes in the acquisition, development and management of commercial assets in the north-east corridor.

Willett has acquired in excess of $1B in value-add commercial real estate, across 2M square feet, with a peak rent roll in excess of over $70M per annum.

Willett is owned and managed by Frank Kenny and Bruce Beswick who collectively have over 60 years of experience in the real estate industry.

Urbeo is a privately held real estate investment management business that focuses on the acquisition and operation of multi-family properties in the greater Dublin area.

Urbeo was established in 2019, through a Programmatic Joint Venture with Starwood Capital Group and the Irish Strategic Investment Fund. To date, Urbeo has acquired 2,100 units across the Greater Dublin Area.

Urbeo has a fully integrated local team that works in tandem with Vartry’s investment professionals to source, underwrite, execute and manage acquisitions and development projects.

Hibernia is a Dublin focused REIT which owns and develops real estate in Dublin, Ireland with a primary focus on the office sector. Hibernia was established in 2013, and has a portfolio valued at approximately $1.5B USD. In 2018, Hibernia was named KPMG Ireland’s Property Investment/Fund Manager of the year.

The Hibernia team use their differentiated experience and detailed knowledge of the Dublin property market to create superior shareholder returns through income growth, and through the development and repositioning of assets during appropriate times in the real estate cycle.

Varty is not actively involved in the day to day management of Hibernia, which has its own vertically integrated local management team. Frank Kenny, who was one of Hibernia’s founding shareholders, resigned from the Board in 2020 to focus on other business initiatives both in Ireland and abroad.