Institutional Real Estate Europe

September 1, 2017: Vol. 11, Number 08

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From the Current Issue


Sleep easy: Hotel investment is moving into the mainstream

What do trade fairs, exhibitions, conferences, conventions, business travel, package holidays and city breaks have in common? Apart from the inevitable tedium of getting to the particular business or tourist destination and notwithstanding the growing prevalence and irritation factor of AirBnB, somewhere for the people participating in those events to stay; a hotel and a bed for the night.


The cost of doing business: Saving energy and carbon in existing commercial buildings

The energy efficiency of commercial buildings is becoming an ever more important topic, in the United Kingdom and elsewhere. From April 2018, the landlords of the more than 80,000 rental units in the United Kingdom with Energy Performance Certificate ratings of F or G will need to review the opportunities to improve these assets when they are next let (or by the end of 2023).


Berlin cements its position as Europe’s centre of activity

The United Kingdom may have regained its place as Europe’s largest commercial real estate investment market in Q2 2017 due to the continuation of large single-asset trophy office purchases in central London by Asian investors, but at some point that source of trading will necessarily fall away.

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