At the start of 2020, shopping centres had just emerged from a hugely challenging decade. Online purchasing had, of course, migrated sales from stores. Many consumers had also shifted much of their discretionary spend from things to experiences, and while food and beverage chains, leisure venues and other…
Venture pays $860m for 1,275-Unit Brooklyn apartment portfolio
A venture of KKR & Co. and Dalan Management has agreed to pay $860 million,…
Investec provides €18.4m loan for office development in London
Investec has agreed to provide a 36-month €18.4 million ($21 million) loan facility to a…
Boston Properties forms JV with Continental Development
Boston Properties (BXP) has acquired a 50 percent interest in an existing joint venture, Continental…
Office leasing by tech companies slowed in second quarter
Momentum slowed in the second quarter for technology companies’ leasing of office space, though a few markets posted sizable gains in activity, according to CBRE.
Hammerson sells 50% stake in VIA Outlets
Dutch pensions manager APG said Thursday that it has agreed to purchase U.K. real estate company Hammerson’s remaining 50 percent stake in their joint venture investment fund VIA Outlets for €301 million ($356 million), giving APG a majority stake.
Shop Talk: Single-family housing market catches fire, while the apartment sector starts to cool
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NAIOP Survey: Commercial real estate deal activity increases, but extended
In the fourth monthly NAIOP survey measuring the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the…
Real IS acquires logistics property in Germany
Real IS AG has acquired the Karlsruhe Sud logistics property in Durmersheim, Germany, for a…
LOGOS JV buys two distribution centers
LOGOS and its partner TCorp, the New South Wales state government’s investment and financial management…
Yanlord and GIC sign agreement to co-invest up to $1b in China
Yanlord Land Group has partnered with Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC to jointly develop integrated commercial and residential property projects in high-growth cities across China for seven years.
Host Hotels & Resorts ends second quarter with $2.5b of available liquidity
On its second quarter results call on July 31, Host Hotels & Resorts Inc., the nation’s largest lodging REIT, said it has the ability to acquire $1.5 billion of assets using existing liquidity while maintaining certain minimum liquidity requirements.