Institutional Real Estate Americas

July 1, 2015: Vol. 27, Number 7

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Property prices go peak to trough to peak again

Commercial real estate prices have bounced back following the global financial crisis. According to the Moody’s/RCA Commercial Property Price Indices National All-Property Composite Index, real estate prices are now 10 percent higher than the pre-crisis peak in November 2007.

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West Coast properties attract Asian investors

Hong Kong–based Gaw Capital Partners is one of a number of investment managers helping Asian investors satisfy their growing appetite for U.S. property. A group led by Gaw Capital has agreed to purchase the 1.52 million-square-foot Columbia Center in Seattle from Beacon Capital Partners.

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PACE models in practice

Across the United States, PACE program design and administration vary widely. All programs involve a public-private partnership.

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Data Bank: $46b projected to flow to real estate

U.S. investors are projected to commit $46 billion in new capital this year, slightly below the previous year’s projection, according to the 2015 Institutional Real Estate Trends report, an annual investor survey conducted by Kingsley Associates and Institutional Real Estate, Inc.

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A call to action: One person’s endeavor to help in Nepal

For the past 14 years, Barbara Cambon and her daughter, Megan, have been spending a good deal of their time in the tiny Himalayan country of Nepal. Barbara and Megan were visiting Nepal when the earthquakes struck at the end of April, and experienced firsthand the devastation, death and destruction these events have wrought on the Nepalese. And, of course, despite the fact you aren’t seeing much anymore on the front page of your newspaper, it’s not yet over for the people of Nepal.

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U.S. hotel market sparks big deals

U.S. hotels are hot properties this year, with another luxury hotel changing hands recently. Host Hotels & Resorts has acquired the 643-room Phoenician resort in Scottsdale, Ariz., for $400 million.

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