LINUS Capital continues, a Berlin-based investment company which finances real estate projects with debt and mezzanine capital through its self-managed GBP320 million debt fund, has opened a new office in London.
CBRE Global Investors, on behalf of a separate account client, has sold the Antares office building in Paris to an institutional client of DTZ Investors.
Overseas and domestic students have returned to the Central London lettings market in force this September, according to estate agent Dexters, despite Covid-19 challenges.
Bedford Row Capital (BRC) has issued a USD50 million, three year sukuk to finance the expansion of P1 Capital Ltd, (P1) a UK boutique asset-management group focusing on asset backed investments in the UK property sector.
An affiliate of HIG Capital (HIG), a global alternative investment firm with USD40 billion of equity capital under management, has recently completed the acquisition, through a series of transactions, of 272 for-rent residential units totalling approximately 17,000 s qm located within Dublin.
Many happy returns? There's no 'one-size-fits-all' solution to getting employees back into the office, says Lee Baron's Carl Whayman
By Carl Whayman, Chief Executive, Lee Baron – The debate about getting people back into the office continues apace. However, the messaging on both sides seems to me to be rather simplistic and the voices of employers and employees who have been successfully working remotely over the last six months are not adequately represented within the political debate.
Luxembourg-based asset and investment specialist REInvest Asset Management has acquired 30 Lombard Street for the DEREIF SICAV-FIS fund, which invests in projects across Europe.
International real estate firm Hines is now letting residential units in the newly developing Berlin city quarter Südkreuz (”Stadtquartier Südkreuz”).
The European office market is starting to slow despite a positive start to 2020, according to Savills Spring 2020 European Office Outlook.
The rental market in London has remained buoyant since the coronavirus outbreak and will continue to be active in the coming months, according to estate agent Aston Chase.
In a recent white paper entitled Evolution in Asset Management, SEI pointed out that 70 per cent of US fund managers are currently looking to deploy advanced analytics in the front-office. The field of data science and machine learning-based data analysis is helping to transform how fund managers think about data to gain a competitive edge.
Carbon Risk Real Estate Monitor (CRREM) has released its decarbonisation pathways for the global real estate sector and the finalised the tool to identify and manage transition risks for individual assets.