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In 1979, Eamonn Boylan came to Manchester to study English and American literature. And but for a brief sojourn across the Pennines, Cumbria-born Boylan has stayed in the city that has become his spiritual home ever since.
It may not have been the biggest deal of 2016 in terms of financial value, but in November when Hightower announced it was merging with rival proptech outfit VTS in a deal thought to be worth $300m (£240m), it sent shockwaves throughout the proptech sector.
Tech investors are increasingly turning their attention to proptech in search of opportunities to buy in small and cash out big. And the love affair is mutual.
- City office market: banking Brexodus?
- Urban & Civic grows commercial offering at Alconbury Weald
- Power play: Peel Logistics interview
- Ringing the changes: James Dipple on the next phase in MEPC’s evolution
- Panellists debate strength of market following Brexit vote
- Boxpark: boxing clever
- Kontor climb high: James Townsend and Luke Appleby interview
Earlier this year Property Week posed the question: could the ‘big four’ grocers soon become the ‘big three’?
A number of pure play online retailers have dabbled with bricks and mortar stores over the past few years, usually in the form of a pop-up shop.
Is Margate the new Brighton? (Private Eye ‘Neophiliacs’ column here I come!)