Tom Parker joins Institutional Real Estate, Inc. as general sales manager
Institutional Real Estate, Inc. (IREI) announced that Tom Parker has joined IREI as general sales…
Commerz Real launches €250m hotel fund with Deutsche Hospitality
Commerz Real has launched a €250 million ($283 million) fund for European hotel real estate…
Starwood Capital backs €1b Ireland PRS platform with Irish BTR platform
An affiliate of private investment firm Starwood Capital Group (Starwood Capital) has formed a new…
Global appetite for commercial real estate stays strong
Global appetite for investment in commercial real estate remains strong, particularly among institutions in the Asia Pacific, Europe, the Middle East and Africa regions, according to the sixth annual Institutional Real Estate Allocations Monitor from Hodes Weill & Associates and Cornell University.
Proptech study: Why partnerships between startups and established real estate companies often fail
More than 52 percent of the digital innovators cited “slow and cumbersome decision-making processes” as a major problem when trying to initiate cooperative partnerships with established companies.
In Focus: Bradley Snyder on technological advancements in real estate, part 1
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Starwood buys development on London’s South Bank
U.S. private investment firm Starwood Capital Group has purchased South Bank Central, a London development…
DSC Partners acquires $167m office, industrial property portfolio
DSC Partners, a real estate investment company focused on acquiring value-add properties throughout the mid-Atlantic…
Google signs two offices around the world
Google has signed for two offices around the globe. Kennedy Wilson sold the South Bank House…
Occupancy rate at U.S. skilled nursing facilities increases to 82.2%
Occupancy of U.S. skilled nursing facilities increased to 82.2 percent in the third quarter of 2018, up from second quarter, according to the latest data report from the National Investment Center for Seniors Housing & Care.
Strong economy expected to lift all commercial real estate sectors in 2019
Sustained momentum from the U.S. economy’s extended economic expansion bodes well for major commercial real estate asset classes in 2019, promising additional allocation from institutional and international investors, a hunt for opportunities in secondary markets, and robust construction completions in sectors such as office and multifamily, according to a new report from CBRE, 2019 U.S. Real Estate Market Outlook.