Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific

May 1, 2022: Vol. 14, Number 5

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Asia Pacific

What investors want: The results of IREI’s annual survey of investors

Investors committed more capital to real estate in 2021 than they had initially expected, and US investors expect to allocate even more to the asset class in 2022. That is among the key findings of the 26th annual investor survey — 2022 Institutional Investors Real Estate Trends — published by Institutional Real Estate, Inc, based on a questionnaire designed by IREI and Kingsley, a Grace Hill Company.

Asia Pacific

Smart buildings: unlocking the future of work

A March report from WiredScore, Smart Nation: The Technology Transforming CRE, surveyed key real estate decision makers across Singapore and Hong Kong to determine how landlords can optimise office spaces for a user-centric, sustainable, inspirational, cost efficient and smart future.

Asia Pacific

CPP Investments, Pacific JV to develop Seoul data centre

The C$550.4 billion (US$440.0 billion) Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments) and Pacific Asset Management Co (Pacific) intend to develop the largest carrier-neutral hyperscale data centre, Jukjeon Data Centre, in South Korea in a KRW 200 billion (US$164 million) joint venture.

Asia Pacific

CalSTRS, KTCU launch US logistics JV

The California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) and Korean Teachers’ Credit Union (KTCU), a public pension fund based in South Korea, have launched a joint venture targeting logistics centres in the United States.

Asia Pacific

A necessary first step

Broadly speaking, transition risks are business risks that arise as a result of the global transition to a low-carbon economy. One way to measure these risks in real estate is to compare an investment’s GHG emission intensity against a decarbonisation pathway, such as those created by the Carbon Risk Real Estate Monitor (CRREM).

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