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Pavasal and fund manager Invesco have teamed up to create a 532,813 sq ft logistics platform near Barcelona in a rare Spanish speculative development.
Keyrock Capital, the Spanish residential development arm of Sir John Beckwith’s Pacific Investments, is seeking to raise at least €25m (£21.7m) to fund future acquisitions.
Belgian healthcare operator Senior Assist has issued €161.17m-worth of 30-year bonds in two transactions to finance the acquisition and development of senior care homes.
Round Hill Capital has returned to the German market with the acquisition of a residential portfolio of 114 units in Hamburg and is looking to establish a substantial platform in the country.
AXA IM-Real Assets has completed the acquisition of the Abba Hotel in Berlin on behalf of one of its clients.
Skanska has sold its Maraton office building in Poznan, Polanda real estate fund managed by Union Investment for €62m.
Blackstone and M7 Real Estate have made their second major European industrial portfolio buy in as many days, acquiring 2.84m sq ft of property from HIG Capital for an undisclosed sum.
The volume of investment-grade commercial property sold at auction in 2016 grew by 10% to £820m, the latest Commercial Property Auction Data (cPad) report has revealed.
It was back in 2006 that we at Land Securities started our transformation of London’s Victoria with the redevelopment of 80-100 Victoria Street and Cardinal Place.
Philip Hammond’s first and last spring Budget earlier this month was something of an anticlimax for many in the property industry, who had high hopes of stamp duty cuts and more detail on business rate reforms.
On 1 May, a 12-week Department for Communities and Local Government consultation on build-to-rent (BTR) closes.
Investor interest in UK supermarket property is returning after a tough 2016 that saw capital values fall by 4.7%, according to the latest UK Supermarket Investment Report from Colliers International and MSCI.
The extraordinary row that has played out in Westminster in recent weeks about business rates was no surprise to those in the retail and property world.
Until now, the focus of the debate surrounding the ‘northern powerhouse’ has been transport. Undoubtedly transport will be fundamental to delivering a thriving, connected economy in the north.