OakNorth Bank has lent GBP2.3 million to Moorlands Healthcare Limited, a residential care home operator that’s part of the newly-incorporated My Choice Healthcare Group.
An affiliate of HIG Capital (HIG) has provided debt and equity financing to Dimand SA, an Athens based property and development company. Funds will predominantly be used to finalise office and hotel developments in Athens. Terms were not disclosed.
Madison International Realty has acquired a 46.5 per cent equity stake in European Logistics Investment platform (ELI), a circa EUR500 million Polish real estate portfolio, from majority owner Redefine Properties Limited, a South-African based Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT).
UK Climate Investments (UKCI) intends to invest up to GBP30 million (USD39 million) to finance the construction of affordable green housing in Kenya.
A joint venture between Canyon Partners Real Estate (Canyon) and Fore Property (Fore) has invested in the development of 19 South, a 384-unit apartment community in Orlando, Florida.
An affiliate of HIG Capital (HIG) has completed an investment in Portopiccolo, a self-contained luxury complex near Venice which includes 203 high-end residential apartments, a five-star hotel with a spa and 110 marina berths. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.
Aviva Investors has acquired, through its Lime Property Fund, the freehold interest in a hotel development site in the Docklands, East London, adding to its portfolio of long-income real estate assets.
Bridge Investment Group (Bridge) and its subsidiaries Bridge Multifamily Fund Manager, Bridge Debt Strategies Fund Manager, and Bridge Development Fund Manager, have raised and plan to deploy USD4.5 billion of equity over the next three years.
OakNorth Bank has provided a GBP9.4 million loan to Care Concern Group, a UK care home operators for dementia and general nursing.
etc.venues, a winning conference, training and event venue specialist, will be investing a further GBP20 million in new space globally in 2020, adding three more venues to its portfolio. A further GBP1m will be spent on developing its online meeting technology.