Institutional Real Estate Europe

May 1, 2015: Vol. 9, Number 5

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From the Current Issue


The past is behind us: And we are looking forward to the future

Institutional Real Estate, Inc’s VIP – Europe conference is now four years old, and a lot has happened in those years. During the first year, we were seriously talking about the possible implosion of the euro zone and this year, we were looking at global capital flows.


Awash with capital and liquid to boot

Liquidity in real estate investment relates to the ease with which investors can enter and exit a market, with liquid markets characterised by a high transactional turnover of assets.


On the Europe buy list

Recent weeks have seen several notable transactions in both the in-town and out-of-town retail sectors across Europe, with shopping centres in central Europe a particular focus.


Fundraising round-up

The largest fund this month is Tristan Capital Partners’ new fund in the market, a fourth diversified pan-European fund.


Coming soon near you: Climate change

A new research report from RICS, the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, looks at the likely impact of global warming in eight European countries and provides property and built environment professionals with an interactive online toolkit that helps them to understand the risks that climate change may pose to commercial property and to plan ahead for the probable detrimental impact on value retention.


Leading from the front: You can't go wrong with buying property in London. Can you?

For more than 70 years, Aldwych Quarter found itself at the epicentre of global news — until 2012, one of its most significant buildings, Bush House, was home to the BBC World Service. Today, Aldwych Quarter is still an address of global importance — office space within the development is among the British capital’s high-profile properties for let.

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