International real estate firm Hines is developing 664 residential units for some 1,200 residents in Berlin's district Südkreuz.
iLOQ has signed a framework agreement with Hoas, The Foundation for Student Housing in the Helsinki Region, whereby iLOQ’s locking solutions will continue to play a significant role in Hoas' real estate portfolio of rental homes which are equipped with the company's unique digital locking and access management solutions.
Property development company Linkcity has signed agreements with multiple partners for the GBP240 million (GDV) third phase of Hallsville Quarter, its major regeneration scheme with the London Borough of Newham at Canning Town.
Legal & General and Oxford University have appointed Anna Strongman, the current Managing Partner of UK property developer Argent LLP, as the new CEO of Oxford University Development (OUD).
Trinova Real Estate has completed the off-market acquisition of 103 Mount Street, London W1, from Meyer Bergman on behalf of Stars REI for a price reflecting a net initial yield in the region of 4 per cent.
Angelo, Gordon & Co, a USD35 billion alternative investment firm focused on credit and real estate investing, has raised over USD1.5 billion in equity commitments for its most recent European real estate fund, AG Europe Realty Fund III, exceeding the Fund’s USD1.2 billion target and hitting its hard cap.
Funding Affordable Homes (FAH), a social impact company which invests in UK affordable housing, has acquired the Island Point development south of Canary Wharf in London’s Docklands from City Pride Ltd for GBP28.5 million.
Principal Real Estate Investors has appointed John Kropke as managing director of its US and Europe real estate operating company (REOC) line of business.
COLIV, an independent fund managed by DTZ Investors which is the world’s first fund established to provide institutions with the opportunity to invest in the London co-living sector, now has GBP170 million of capital to invest (assuming leverage), following a recently confirmed commitment from Merseyside Pension Fund, the Liverpool-based local authority pension fund.
33 Charterhouse Street, a 50:50 joint venture between Helical and AshbyCapital, is set to become Farringdon’s first smart building with the integration of Smart Spaces technology.