Institutional Real Estate Asia Pacific

September 1, 2022: Vol. 14, Number 8

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From the Current Issue

Asia Pacific

The art of repurposing: Shifting urban landscapes, housing demand and decarbonisation are leading to a growth in adaptive reuse across the globe

Reimagining, rebuilding and repurposing real estate has always played a key role in investors’ ability to create value. In today’s post-COVID world, however, the ability to change a property’s use has taken on a new level of importance. And it is adaptive reuse, specifically, that is rapidly becoming a central element of the repurposing toolkit.

Asia Pacific

Beyond the noise: Why Australian office assets with strong ESG credentials are poised to attract tenants — and investors — for years to come

Premium Australian office is still an attractive place to invest despite lingering impacts from the pandemic and more recent concerns around rising inflation and interest rates. Within the sector, however, more attention is rightly being paid to environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors, particularly amid the transition to net zero.

Asia Pacific

Upping their game: How REITs are benefitting from the M&A wave

Although the Asia Pacific region’s REITs were not spared the unprecedented impact of the pandemic, the sector has recovered from its trough, with valuations gradually retraced to pre-pandemic levels. In the wake of the crisis, however, mergers and acquisitions of the region’s REITs have accelerated.

Asia Pacific

The outlook for investors interested in China and Hong Kong

With rising geopolitical tensions, global growth slowed by COVID-19 and the war in Ukraine, a virtual roundtable with institutional investors and investment managers was held on 6 July by Institutional Real Estate, Inc on the outlook for real estate investing in China and Hong Kong.

Asia Pacific

Qualitas secures US$491m mandate from ADIA

Qualitas has secured commitments from a wholly owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority for a new fully discretionary mandate to invest A$700 million (US$491 million) in Australian commercial real estate (CRE) private credit opportunities on behalf of a new investment vehicle.

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