Wipro to divest hosted data center services business to Ensono for $405m
Wipro, a global information technology, consulting and business process services company based in Bengaluru, India,…
Urbeo Residential launches €400m Irish residential fund
Urbeo Residential, a new mixed-tenure Irish housing fund, is planning to raise €300 million to…
HNA sells stake in Hilton Grand Vacations
HNA HLT Holdco I, an affiliate of HNA Tourism Group Co. and HNA Group, has…
Future is bright for Britain’s regional cities
Regional cities in the United Kingdom represent good opportunities for value-add property investments thanks to increased devolution and a growing private-rented sector (PRS), according to Alexander Pelopidas, a partner at law firm Rosling King.
Singapore named most expensive city fifth consecutive year
The results of this year’s Worldwide Cost of Living survey reveal that Singapore is the most expensive city in the world for the fifth consecutive year.
2018 Visions, Insights & Perspectives (VIP) Infrastructure
VIP Infrastructure (formerly known as Institutional Investing in Infrastructure – i3) brings together institutional investors and…
In Focus: Jim Sullivan on the signals from the listed real estate market
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MAPFRE and Swiss Life establish French office real estate fund
Swiss Life and Spanish insurance firm MAPFRE have plans to establish a real estate vehicle…
Assetz Capital introduces new institutional line of funding
London-based Assetz Capital has partnered with an institutional investor, part of a $100 billion–plus global…
Recent commercial real estate transactions
Transactions reported this week included a 22 million-square-foot portfolio of industrial assets. Blackstone Real Estate…
Xenia Hotels & Resorts sells Hawaii hotel for $200m
Xenia Hotels & Resorts has sold the 693-room Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel in Oahu, Hawaii, for a sale price of $200 million, or approximately $310,000 per key.
Indian real estate sector set to reach market size of $180b by 2020
The Indian real estate sector is projected to reach a market size of $180 billion by 2020, a sharp rise from $126 billion in 2015, according to JLL’s report Traversing through the epic, predicting the curve.