Norway’s OPF reports best return since 2005
Oslo Pensjonsforsikring (OPF), Norway’s second-largest public service pension fund, has reported its best return since…
Frasers expands European logistics footprint
Frasers Property has purchased a portfolio of 22 industrial properties in Germany and Austria for…
Germany’s Adler to take control of Brack Capital in €540m deal
Adler Real Estate has plans to acquire a stake of up to 70 percent in…
Another pharmacy retailer to be acquired
Albertsons has plans to acquire Rite Aid in a cash and stock deal. Rite Aid has a market value of $2.31 billion. The two will have about 4,900 locations, 4,350 pharmacy counters and 320 clinics across 38 states and the District of Columbia. Most Albertsons’ pharmacies will be rebranded as Rite Aid, and the company will continue to operate Rite Aid’s stand-alone stores.
E-commerce sales continue to surge
U.S. e-commerce retail sales for the fourth quarter of 2017 totaled $119 billion, an increase of 3.2 percent compared with the third quarter, the Census Bureau reported on Feb 16.
2018 Visions, Insights & Perspectives (VIP) Infrastructure
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Curlew Netherlands signs investment mandate for student and young professional housing
Curlew Netherlands has won a mandate with a large Dutch insurance company to invest in…
Internos launches second healthcare property fund
Internos has launched Care Invest II, its second open-end real estate special AIF focussing on…
Austin Police seeks investment consultant services
The $770 million Austin Police Retirement Fund has issued a request for proposal for investment…
No end in sight to price uptrend in Berlin residential
Rent and price increases held steady throughout 2017 in the Berlin housing market, further cementing the city as a popular target for investors in residential property.
Spanish retail market sets historical record in 2017
Annual growth in Spanish retail investment reached 41 percent, or €4.1billion ($5.12 billion) setting a historical record, and well ahead of the long term average, €2.4 billion ($3 billion), according to Cushman & Wakefield.