Institutional Real Estate Europe

July 1, 2018: Vol. 12, Number 7

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Accessing global core: It’s time to build a true global real estate foundation

In today’s investment landscape — marked by low but rising interest rates, signs of accompanying inflation, and increasingly volatile equity markets — institutional investors are searching for stable sources of income and diversification, as well as opportunities to enhance risk-adjusted, real returns. Given uncertainty in the equity and bond markets, a foundational allocation to global core real estate portfolio may be part of the solution.


Flight to safety quickens as cycle moves into later stages

Support for high-risk European real estate investment strategies has fallen dramatically over the past 12 months as analysts warn that many sectors are fully priced, reflecting the fact that investors are bracing themselves for the later stages of the property cycle.


Dublin moves up the ranks

Savills released its 10th annual Live/Work Index in May, with Dublin emerging as the second most expensive city in Europe when it comes to the average cost, per employee, of occupying home and office space. In the Irish capital, this measurement rose by 19 percent to €52,399.


Forza Milan

The Pavilion, in Milan’s Porta Nuova, is set to be sold by UniCredit to COIMA RES for €45 million. A 3,000-square-metre LEED Gold multi-purpose building designed by Michele De Lucchi, it is currently used as an exhibition centre.

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