Daniel Branch is a Director of Crow Holdings Capital overseeing the firm’s Student Housing investment activity. Since entering the Student Housing space in 2015, Crow Holdings has acquired more than 11,000 beds in 12 different markets. Daniel has been with Crow Holdings and affiliated entities since 2009.
From 2013 to 2017, Daniel was responsible for CHC’s Multifamily investment activity in the Mid-Atlantic & Northeast markets where the firm acquired or developed $1.4B of Multifamily and For-Sale Condominiums. He began his career at Crow Holdings on the development & leasing team for Old Parkland before joining the real estate investment fund as an analyst.
Daniel received a B.A. degree in Economics and History from Vanderbilt University.
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