Atrato Group, the parent company of Atrato Capital, the investment adviser to Supermarket Income REIT, has made two appointments to support its growth plans.
Daelmans Real Estate has acquired a large residential portfolio from the Achmea Dutch Residential Fund of Syntrus Achmea Real Estate & Finance.
Avonhurst has made two new senior appointments – Carolyn Conner a specialist in international financial restructuring who spent over 20 years at magic circle firm Allen & Overy, 13 as partner, and experienced private equity specialist Raymond McKeeve, who is currently President and Chief Operating Officer at Cingo Global and Non-Executive Director at financial services company Azura (both roles he will retain).
YardNine has pre-let 40,000 sq ft at EightyFen, the development named after its location at 80 Fenchurch Street in the City of London, to global design, engineering and management consulting organisation, Arcadis. This follows a pre-let of 70,000 sq ft to Convene.
Fiera Real Estate (FRE) has appointed Jessica Pilz to lead the firm's sustainability strategy in the UK.
RPMI Railpen (Railpen), the investment manager for the GBP30 billion railways pension schemes, and Wrenbridge, have achieved planning consent for a 128,000 sq ft warehouse development on a 5.85-acre site in Waltham Cross, London, purchased in October 2019.
Evolution Managers Capital (EMC), a platform for emerging private equity managers to launch their own investment efforts, has backed Greens Farms Capital, a new private equity firm led by veteran middle market investor, Michael B Kessler.
BMO Real Estate Partners (BMO REP) has promoted Assia Amore to European Fund Manager, with responsibility for the Best Value Europe Fund series.
Allianz finances development of Europe's largest cross-laminated timber and low-carbon office campus
Allianz Real Estate, acting on behalf of several Allianz group companies, has provided EUR200 million in financing to a consortium of investors for the development of Arboretum, the first office campus in the Paris region to be constructed primarily from wood and also the largest solid-wood office development in Europe.
Global real estate investment company Kennedy Wilson has completed the third phase of Clancy Quay, adding 246 new units to the largest multifamily community in Ireland that now totals 845 units and will serve as home for more than 1,800 residents.