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Aviva Investors is on the cusp of signing a £150m deal to forward-fund a huge White City office building aimed at science start-ups.
Miami-based real estate investment group Crescent Heights is under offer to buy Vintners Place from Downtown Properties for around £160m, Property Week can reveal.
Sheffield City Council has revealed details of a revised £480m retail-focused scheme in the centre of the city.
Russian and Indian moguls have completed two lettings at Amancio Ortega’s Devonshire House, which means the trophy Mayfair office block is now fully let.
Private equity firm Carlyle has sold Tanfield, its flagship Edinburgh office, to Rockspring for around £54m in an off-market deal.
Credit Agricole CIB, ING and HSBC have topped a new ranking of the most active players in the European market for syndicated commercial real estate debt.
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Shed legend John Cutt, together with his right hand man Roger Sporle and investor David Buck, talks about his new firm’s expansion plans.
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With a lack of speculative development in the region, buildings are being bought and improved.
The future development of purpose-built rental schemes in the capital will be focused on the inner London boroughs, particularly Greenwich, Tower Hamlets and Southwark, new research predicts.
The Australian owner of Wet’n’Wild theme parks has teamed up with a Chinese investor to roll theme parks out across Asia.
Digby Flower, chief executive of Cushman & Wakefield in the UK, spoke to Property Week at Mipim 2015 to explain how London is leading the way in the European property market.