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AMP Capital launches telecom site leasing company

by Released | Sep 22, 2021

AMP Capital’s global infrastructure equity team has created a new company focused on acquiring and aggregating telecom site leases globally, in partnership with Eric Overman.
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Value of global real estate rises 5% to $326.5t

by Released | Sep 22, 2021

The value of the world’s real estate assets rose 5 percent in 2020 to $326.5 trillion, making it the world’s most significant store of wealth and more valuable than all global equities and debt securities combined, and worth almost four times that of global GDP.
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BioMed Realty to double U.K. life sciences portfolio

by Andrea Zander | Sep 21, 2021

BioMed Realty has plans to deliver approximately 800,000 square feet of additional high-quality purpose-built lab space, following the acquisition of two new sites in Cambridge, England.
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Evergrande’s less-than-grand effect at home and abroad

by Jennifer Molloy | Sep 21, 2021

As the saying goes, “History doesn’t repeat, it rhymes.” Thirteen years ago this week, the collapse of Lehman Bros. in the United States sent shockwaves throughout the global financial system. Now, those same markets have been roiled amid growing concern of China Evergrande Group, one of China’s largest property developers.
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Nuclear power’s role on the path to net zero

by Drew Campbell | Sep 17, 2021

As prelude to the COP26 U.N. Climate Change Conference beginning Oct. 31 in Glasgow, mother nature and market machinations are complicating what already is a complex discussion — the recent lack of wind in the North Sea, increasing natural gas prices and the ramp-up of coal-fired power plants to meet demand for price-conscious consumers provide additional examples of the complicated path to creating a net-zero world.
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Lincoln, Harvard close on 585 acres for 7msf Goodyear AirPark

by Andrea Zander | Sep 17, 2021

In a joint venture partnership, LPC Desert West, the Southwest regional office of Lincoln Property Company (LPC), and Scottsdale-based Harvard Investments have purchased 585 acres in metro Phoenix’s West Valley submarket.
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