LAFPP to invest in industrial and multifamily assets in 2020
The $23.17 billion Los Angeles Fire & Police Pensions (LAFPP) is planning to funnel approximately…
Aberdeen raises €100m for new long income European fund
Aberdeen Standard Investments’ newly launched European Long Income Real Estate Fund has locked in more…
Danish pension fund to increase investments in Asia
The DKK 576 billion ($84 billion) PFA Pension, the largest privately owned life insurance company…
Returns in Polish resi market could be as twice as high as those in Germany
Investment return rates in the Polish residential market could be as twice as high as those in Germany.
Competition intensifies between asset classes
With more investors increasing allocations to private equity and other alternative asset classes, largely at the expense of traditional hedge fund offerings, alternative fund managers are examining their strategic priorities and focusing on how to develop products and prepare their businesses for a rapidly evolving future, according to the 2019 EY global alternative fund survey When focusing on the future, where do you look?
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Multifamily development continues to grow in the metro Phoenix market
The metro Phoenix multifamily market finished third quarter 2019 with strong absorption and completions, according…
Barings to add €425m to second European value-add fund
Barings’ Real Estate Europe Value-Add II is in line to receive investments totaling €425 million…
Hines acquires multifamily asset in Maryland
Hines Global Income Trust has acquired Alloy by Alta, a new 275‐unit multifamily asset located…
Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay retains first place in global ranking of most expensive shopping streets
Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay has retained its crown as the world’s most expensive shopping street, followed by New York’s Upper 5th Avenue and London’s New Bond Street, according to new data from Cushman & Wakefield.
Logistics and residential sectors drive European real estate performance
Europe’s logistics market will continue to outperform all other real estate sectors in the medium-term, fueled by the growth in city urbanization and e-commerce, which will boost rents for well-located, modern industrial stock, according to the latest European Outlook report by M&G Real Estate.