Chicago tower up for sale with $750m price tag
A venture of Angelo Gordon and Hines has been marketing the 1.5 million-square-foot office tower…
Kerry Properties buys Hangzhou site for $985m
Hong Kong–listed Kerry Properties has won the rights to a 98,053-square-meter (1 million-square-foot) site in…
Dynamic Star proposes $3.5b Bronx mixed-use project
Dynamic Star has proposed building a $3.5 billion mixed-use project along the waterfront in the…
AEW: Improved climate for impact investing
Despite a lack of clarity on environmental, social and governance (ESG) metrics such as building-level certification, recent initiatives — from labels for green financial products to specific real estate fund-benchmarks — will allow sustainable investing to scale up as investors shift from awareness to proactive impact investing, according to AEW.
Total global real estate AUM grows to $3.2 trillion in 2018
Total real estate assets under management (AUM) grew by 12 percent from $2.8 trillion in 2017 to $3.2 trillion in 2018, supported by the growth in AUM of the largest managers, according to the latest ANREV / INREV / NCREIF Fund Manager Survey.
2019 Fall Editorial Advisory Board Meeting – Institutional Real Estate Americas
The 2019 Fall Editorial Advisory Board Meeting - Institutional Real Estate Americas is an open…
Report from Asia: Nonbank lending and investment opportunities in Australia
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COIMA targets €10b in investments in urban regeneration projects
COIMA has launched a program of regeneration projects in partnership with a number of leading…
The Student Hotel to develop landmark Florence mixed-use project
The Student Hotel is pushing ahead with its plan for a landmark 82,000-square-meter (883,000-square-foot) mixed-use…
PATRIZIA Immobilien AG changes name
PATRIZIA Immobilien AG, the global partner for pan-European real estate investment, is changing its legal…
SC Capital Partners holds $850m final close
SC Capital Partners Group has held a final closing for its fifth discretionary real estate private equity fund.
Growing ‘middle market’ of older adults creates opportunity for U.S. seniors housing & care sector
Fewer than half (46 percent) of America’s middle-income seniors will be able to afford the $60,000 average annual costs of seniors housing and out-of-pocket medical costs in 2029, according to National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care (NIC). But if the costs were cut, millions of older adults could benefit.