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Reginald M Livingston II


Reginald M. Livingston II  is the Chief Investment Officer for Acadia Realty Trust, a leading publicly traded REIT with over $2.5 billion of retail and mixed-use assets under management. He is responsible for investment strategy and execution across the firm’s platforms. Further, he oversees the asset management function responsible for creating value throughout the firm’s portfolios.  Previously, he served in a variety of capacities across product types for various institutional investors and entrepreneurial companies.

Additionally, he serves on the board of Lionheart Strategic Management, an investment manager focused on deploying mezzanine and preferred equity capital with $1 billion under management.

His industry affiliations include Innovating Commerce Serving Communities (ICSC) where he serves on the board of the ICSC Foundation, a membership committee member of the Real Estate Executive Council (REEC), the leading organization for commercial real estate executives of color, and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) where he is Vice Chair of the Commercial Retail Council (Gold).

Prior to joining Acadia, Mr. Livingston was a Principal at TerraMark, LLC, a development joint venture with Fisher Brothers in New York. Prior to TerraMark, he was a member of the Acquisition and Asset Management teams of UrbanAmerica, LP, a private equity real estate fund focused on retail and office assets.

Awarded a Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship in 1992, he has remained an active member of the JRF community, currently serving  as Vice Chair of the Northeast Scholar Advisory Committee, on the JRF Museum Advisory Committee and the Spike Lee Youth Motivation Award Selection Committee. Having served as vice president of the Jackie Robinson Foundation Alumni Association (JRFAA) from 2004 – 2008, Mr. Livingston remains an active member of the JRFAA and mentors many current JRF Scholars.

He has a BS in Business Administration from Georgetown University and a JD from the George Washington University School of Law, both in Washington, DC.