European housing markets have in the main, reacted calmly to the Covid-19 crisis, but differences are apparent, according to new analysis by Catella Research.
Investment into Swedish and German care homes between January and September 2020 has increased by 80 per cent and 21 per cent year-on-year respectively, according to Savills latest research.
With a global average growth rate of 25 per cent since 2014, the flexible space sector has become a key component of the office market in many cities. However, Q4 2019 saw reduction on leasing activity, and this downward trend has further intensified as the global pandemic worsened.
Moda Living, the UK's fastest growing housing brand focused on the design, delivery and custodianship of Next Generation Neighbourhoods has formed a technology partnership for its UK wide GBP2.5 billion residential portfolio with Samsung.
Boris Johnson’s government has a huge opportunity to reset the housing debate - and keep its promise to both ‘build back better’ and plan for them more quickly - by delivering the changes needed to support the construction of more than 300,000 new homes each year.
Non-listed real estate debt products continue to attract attention from institutional investors and investment managers, with a record high of EUR32 billion raised globally in 2019, according to the INREV Debt Vehicles Universe 2020 study.
New research from Alpha Real Capital (Alpha), a specialist manager of secure income real assets, reveals that 80 per cent of European professional investors now have social real estate firmly on their radar as an investment opportunity and over the next two years around 30 per cent expect pension funds and other institutional investors to increase their real estate allocation to funds offering a social benefit.
Dusseldorf-based bema and ABG Real Estate Group have acquired Deutsche Glasfaser as a third major tenant for the SMART OFFICE business location at Dusseldorf Airport.
Office take-up figures in Amsterdam are slightly up in H1 2020 compared to H1 2019 (+17 per cent), according to a new report from Savills - City Special Amsterdam: ICT saves the day.
Blackbrook Capital (Blackbrook), a European independent real estate investment firm focusing on mission-critical commercial property, has acquired a cross-dock logistics facility in the Glasgow City region in Scotland. The transaction has not been disclosed.
London Central Portfolio (LCP) is experiencing an influx of international buyers, willing to blind purchase properties in prime London to acquire at the bottom of market pricing.
British Land is progressing with its plans to transform Exchange Square at Broadgate into a new public park for London. Designed by architects DSDHA, the reimagined Exchange Park will quadruple the amount of green space at Broadgate.