Sterling Bay unveils $5b Chicago River vision
Chicago developer Sterling Bay has unveiled its planned Lincoln Yards project, a more than $5…
CIM Group raises $556m for opportunistic real estate fund
CIM Group, a community-focused real estate and infrastructure owner, operator and lender, has raised capital…
PATRIZIA launches its ninth and tenth private investor funds
Through its subsidiary, PATRIZIA GrundInvest, PATRIZIA Immobilien AG is further expanding its range of real…
Asia Pacific funds-of-funds returns stage remarkable comeback
The share of total capital raised for nonlisted real estate funds of funds doubled in 2017, showing that the funds remain important vehicles that offer investors significant diversification options, according to the latest ANREV/INREV Funds of Funds Study.
German office investment continues to be strongest asset
The high transaction level achieved on the commercial property investment market in Germany held steady in first-half 2018, with an investment volume of roughly €25.3 billion ($29.36 billion), according to CBRE. This signifies a marginal decline of 2 percent in comparison with the previous year, which is, however, no indication of a downtrend.
South Korea’s NPS appoints new acting CIO
Cho In-Sik resigned in early July as acting CIO of South Korea’s 635 trillion won…
CA Ventures launches industrial division with planned $500m investment
CA Ventures has launched a new division that will pursue speculative development and acquisition opportunities throughout…
Emaar to build Middle East’s largest Chinatown at Dubai Creek Harbour
Dubai-based Emaar Group announced a landmark development that will strengthen UAE-China relations, coinciding with the…
Record second quarter for City of London office investment
The City of London office investment volumes reached a record high in during second quarter 2018, with £3.6 billion ($4.7 billion) of stock traded over the course of the quarter, according to CBRE.
Construction tech is the new investment darling for VC funds
The construction industry continues to tackle the challenges of rising construction materials costs, a skilled-labor shortage and overall lack of productivity improvements, offering an expansive opportunity for disruption.