Hotel real estate has become a well-established asset class in Europe, averaging around 7 percent of total investment volume.
From the Current Issue
For thousands of years, the Silk Road was the most important trade route in the world, allowing a steady stream of goods to make its way to Europe from China via the Mediterranean.
The logistics sector, the lifeblood of global trade, is undergoing a metamorphosis that is expanding its boundaries and blurring the lines between itself and traditional retail.
As institutional investors increasingly look to diversify their portfolios to satisfy their returns criteria, the investor universe continues to broaden, becoming more diverse, and with cross-border capital playing a more prominent role.
Queen Elizabeth II’s beloved 14-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Willow, passed away in April. Although this is more of a human interest story, there is a connection between the death of the Queen’s last corgi and the world’s current state of affairs.
Crossrail has been labelled as one of Britain’s most ambitious transportation projects. From its humble beginnings in 2009 when ground was first broken in Canary Wharf, in the east of the city, it appears the finish line for the colossal £14.8 billion (€16.8 billion) project is finally in sight, with a completion date of December 2019 still on the cards.
Benson Elliot Capital Management is targeting €850 million in equity commitments for its next pan-European property fund.
The UK’s real estate market remains resilient as its government continues to negotiate the terms of its exit from the European Union.
Second-tier cities in Germany are outperforming their prime counterparts when it comes to risk-return ratios.
The construction sector has one of the highest carbon footprints of any industry, and investors are more aware than ever of the impact a building has on the environment.
The Park Poste˛pu office complex in Warsaw sits in the rapidly developing business district of Mokotów.
Global Property Research’s GPR 250 index, covering the 250 most liquid property companies worldwide, ended the first quarter of this year 5.6 percent down in local currency terms.
A report commissioned by Intertrust has said that the majority of real estate professionals expect the volume of Asian capital entering the European real estate market to increase over the next two years.