I am not an attorney, and this is not advice, but my understanding is that you can assign any real property with the proper contract.
Understanding how "assignments" work in the legal world will help. You can "assign" almost anything of monetary value if you have an equitable position. This includes ownership of companies, real property (land, residential, commercial, industrial property, etc), equity positions, etc... The short answer is yes, but I would recommend speaking with an attorney familiar with assignments (you'd be surprised how many don't know how to do it or aren't comfortable doing it) in the real estate world.