Mileway, a pan-European last mile logistics real estate company, has signed a long-term lease with Amazon for a 10,000 sq m delivery station at Mileway’s last mile logistics property in Viernheim, Germany.
Medcap Real Estate, which has its headquarters in Valencia, and Frankfurt-based investment and asset manager LUWIN Real Estate Managers are acquiring the Frankfurt high-street property Goethestrasse 2 in an off-market transaction.
Europa Capital’s value add fund and Skjerven Group launch new Berlin residential JV with target GAV of EUR150m
Europa Capital, a pan-European real estate investment manager, has launched, on behalf of its latest value add fund, a new joint venture (JV) targeting residential investments in Berlin with specialist local residential asset manager, Skjerven Group.
Barings has sold, on behalf of its pan-European value-add real estate fund “BREEVA I” and through an Italian real estate fund managed by Savills IM SGR, Corso di Porta Vigentina 9, a Grade A office building in Milan, to an Italian insurance company, part of a French group, who will occupy the property.
International real estate advisors Savills, Knight Frank and Dron & Wright have been instructed to market 35 – 39 Leinster Gardens Bayswater, a Grade II listed vacant hotel with refurbishment and development potential, for GBP29.5 million.
London property developer Mount Anvil has launched the Living Rooms, a permanent new customer experience at its Barbican headquarters in London. Elevating the industry-standard marketing suite offering, the Living Rooms comprises five unique suites capturing the essence of Mount Anvil’s off-plan developments across the capital, alongside versatile hosting and entertainment spaces for training and events.
iCapital Network, the USD73 billion alternative investing platform, has appointed Edwin Chan as Head of Client Solutions, Asia and Manuel Faccio as Head of Client Solutions, Europe.
Minto Bose, MRICS, a prominent New York City-based international construction and real estate consultant, has established a new cost consulting, project management, and owner and tenant representation firm Elemint Consulting.
Traditionally, the real estate industry has taken investment decisions on a case-by-case basis based on limited data, such as that from transactions, property owners, or type of investment, and that from personal networking. The insights produced in this case-by-case model easily become outdated in a constantly changing ecosystem.
The word ‘drone’ has become something of a standing joke with my colleagues, alongside ‘customer expectations’ and ‘storage’ as a sort of Buzzword Bingo for those poor souls who have heard me mention them in almost every meeting since 2015. I was an early adopter of mandating inclusion of drone delivery pads in our larger residential building specifications and had been giving all sorts of ‘Future of Residential’ presentations to real estate conferences from Australia to MIPIM for years so this was to be expected. One of the many areas of change in current UK planning policy is around how to safely accommodate the proliferation of drone and other robotic deliveries and their related infrastructure as our appetite for deliveries shows no sign of abating.