The Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation Fund (Ohio BWC) has made $225m (€198.9m) of new commitments in core real estate.
All of the funds have an open-ended structure and are focused on major US markets.
The funds mainly target office, industrial, retail and apartments.
For Ohio BWC, core assets are the focus, with a limited amount set aside for build-to-core strategies and value-add investments.
The pension fund has valued its investments with the five managers at $834m, as of June of last year.
It has invested $224.1m with AEW’s Core Property Trust, $202.9m with ASB, $186.2m with Heitman, $128.8m with Invesco and $92.1m with Cornerstone’s Patriot Fund.
Ohio BWC is investing in core and value-add real estate solely through fund structures.