Emanuele Midolo is the former chief investigative reporter at Property Week. He was head of investigations and covered retail, hotels and leisure, West End, Midtown and South East offices. He now covers residential property at The Times.
Slough set for a retail rethink
Office-led, mixed-use scheme seen as best bet for reviving town centre.
British Land’s Barber joins Cadogan Estate
Improving Sloane Street and King’s Road offer is next challenge for retail expert
How Quadrant Repurpose plans to revive department stores
Chris Daniel and Mark Phillipson, the pair behind new joint venture Quadrant Repurpose, reveal how they plan to breathe new life into Britain’s department stores to Emanuele Midolo
Arlington unveils flex office product Adapt
First branch opens at Uxbridge Business Park ahead of roll-out across portfolio
Bold expansion plans for NewFlex
Flexible workspace provider NewFlex has snapped up London co-working operator Bold, paving the way for ambitious UK expansion plans.
Slough mall plan axed for office-led scheme
Workplace-led proposal replaces plan to convert two centres into single mall.
United Trust Bank provides £18.2m funding for senior living scheme in Essex
United Trust Bank (UTB) has agreed to fund an extra care village development near Braintree, Essex.
Interview with Serendipity founder John Arenas
US firm Serendipity Labs launched a joint venture with Newable last month ahead of its UK debut. Founder John Arenas outlines his gameplan to Emanuele Midolo
New joint venture set to revitalise department stores
Quadrant has teamed up with Mark Phillipson, Colliers International’s ex-head of retail, to launch a joint venture that aims to breathe new life into struggling department stores, Property Week can reveal.
Sidra poised to buy the Ritz from Barclay brothers
Sidra Capital is close to buying the Ritz hotel in London from the Barclay Brothers, according to the Financial Times.
Cording buys Holborn Links assets for £245m
Israeli billionaire sells over half of 465,000 sq ft office-dominated London estate
Tory victory was a Christmas bonus for London office deals
Agents upbeat about 2020 prospects after election result drove strong run of deals at the end of last year
WeWork makes two senior hires in EMEA real estate team
WeWork has hired two people in new roles within its EMEA real estate team.
Jigsaw demands a 30% rent reduction from its landlords
Fashion retailer Jigsaw has demanded a 30% rent reduction from its landlords and asked to delay rent payments in a bid to avoid becoming the latest casualty on the high street, Property Week can reveal.
Tristan poised to buy £140m Reading International business park
Tristan Capital Partners is under offer to buy Reading International Business Park from DWS Group for a price understood to be around £140m.
Bruntwood SciTech submits plans for £30m expansion of Birmingham Innovation campus
Bruntwood SciTech has submitted plans for a £30m expansion of its Innovation Birmingham campus.
Topshop Westfield Stratford store to close after lease expires
Philip Green’s Arcadia Group will close its Topshop Topman flagship store in London’s Westfield Stratford City, Property Week’s sister title Drapers has revealed.
M&G continues £2.5bn fund suspension as it sells retail park
M&G has confirmed that it will continue the temporary suspension of its property fund, M&G Property Portfolio, “until further notice”.
Ballymore’s £120m refinancing of One Embassy Gardens
Ballymore has agreed a £120m refinancing deal with Blackstone for its One Embassy Gardens office scheme in Nine Elms.
Newmark buys Harper Dennis Hobbs
US advisory firm Newmark Group has acquired Harper Dennis Hobbs (HDH) for an undisclosed sum.