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Travel visa and passport company CIBTvisas has taken the remaining ground floor suite at Kennedy Wilson Europe Real Estate’s Exchange Tower in Edinburgh on a ten-year lease.
Oaktree Capital Management is preparing to sell three shopping centres that it owns in a joint venture with London & Associated Properties for around £120m.
German institutional investor TRIUVA is closing in on a deal to buy the iconic Jenners building on Edinburgh’s Princes Street for around £55m.
Partnership housing developer Lovell has appointed Stephen Profili as regional managing director in Scotland.
Downing has received planning approval for a luxury £30m student accommodation development in Aberdeen.
Build to rent investor Get Living plans to double the value of its assets in the next five years to £2bn, and is targeting three new deals before the end of the year, its deputy chairman has told Property Week.
Abstract Securities has let 17,249 sq ft at its St Vincent Plaza office scheme in Glasgow to oil and gas services company Wood Group, as tipped by Property Week.
Administrators at FRP Advisory have appointed JLL to sell the Holiday Inn Express City Centre and Holiday Inn Aberdeen West hotels.
There has been a lot of talk about the growth of the nascent BTR housing market in Scotland in recent months, but very little about the importance of communities.
Last week saw the announcement of not one, but two major build-to-rent (BTR) schemes in Scotland - the biggest to date north of the border.
The residential market in Edinburgh has reached a pivotal moment. After five years without a coherent housing strategy, the city’s council has finally put forward its long-term housing vision.
The figures for 2016 paint a picture of a buoyant year for the Glasgow office market, but there could be trouble on the horizon.