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Irish property company IPUT Real Estate (IPUT) has agreed a new and upsized EUR300 million revolving credit facility (RCF) with Wells Fargo Bank.
CC Land has appointed Cureoscity, a specialist in the connectivity of places, to create a new digital customer experience platform for The Leadenhall Building which will support the reoccupation of the office block when the lockdown restrictions are eased.
Global investment firm KKR has acquired a strategic stake in Etche from Groupe BMF and co-founders.
Real estate private equity firm Gaw Capital Partners has successfully raised GBP28.5 million in mezzanine financing to refinance its preferred equity on its landmark office building in Docklands, London.
PATRIZIA AG has sold Ericus-Contor office building in Hamburg, Germany, to Union Investment Real Estate in the largest single real estate transaction by value in Hamburg this year.
International real estate firm Hines is now letting residential units in the newly developing Berlin city quarter Südkreuz (”Stadtquartier Südkreuz”).
Will Bryant, PERE counsel at Ropes & Gray, considers the likely fallout of Covid-19 on the office market…
Clearbell Property Partners III (Clearbell), a fund managed by Clearbell Capital, has received planning permission for refurbishment works at Kodak House, 65 Kingsway.
Aviva Investors has completed the acquisition of three logistics warehouses from Next through its Lime Property Fund for a total commitment of GBP107 million.
Industry bodies INREV, ANREV and NCREIF have launched the first Global IRR Index, providing data on the since-inception performance of value added and opportunity, closed end, non-listed real estate funds in Asia Pacific, Europe and the US.
Chairman and CEO of West End-based Hilltop Credit Partners, Paul Oberschneider, outlines how this is not the time to recant from real-estate lending but to maintain business as usual…