And then Ray Dalio built a Hedge Fund Disneyland
- Joshua M Brown
- October 17th, 2012
If you're serious about investing and asset allocation, then Ray Dalio has to be one of your heroes, intellectually speaking. He just has to be.
If you're an investor in Bridgewater, however, now is the time that I'd be getting a bit worried. Because Bridgewater, you see, is about to build a theme park of a headquarters complex, completer with such Lego set amenities as a boatyard and helipad. I'm wondering if my 3 year old son is consulting on this project...
From the Stamford Advocate:
STAMFORD -- A plan to transform a gritty, industrial stretch of South End waterfront into a glassy headquarters for the world's largest hedge fund came into sharper focus this week, following submission of zoning applications from developer Building and Land Technology.
In addition to a five-story, 850,000-square-foot office, the campus for Bridgewater Associates calls for a helipad, a floating recreational barge, a restored estuary and a marina.
Hat tip First Adopter
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