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Fund manager acquires office assets in Barcelona and Madrid for separate clients
New mandate forms part of BVK’s €1.7bn European residential strategy
Genesta, AG Real Estate, CGER/ASLK, Logistics Capital Partners, Royal Haskoning, CB Construction, Vonovia
BGP Holdings owns 16,000 residential units in Berlin, Kiel, Rendsburg and Cologne
Gathering of pension funds and sovereign wealth funds reconvene in London
Canadian investor acquires half stake in shopping centre
Panellists discuss role of partners in renewables investments, changes in offshore wind risk perception
No intention to duplicate existing infrastructure investment options
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Sixty-two years after Sydney’s last tram trundled into oblivion, a new 21st century light rail system will glide through the heart of the city starting from 2019. Known as the Sydney Light Rail (SLR), and costing more than AUD2.1bn (€1.4bn) to construct, it will run a 12km route from Circular Quay on the CBD harbour front to the eastern suburbs of city.
When IPE Real Estate held its annual conference in Amsterdam in May, there were a number of discussions about the disruptive forces at play in the real estate sector. The possibility of a UK departure from the European Union was one of them, but there was an air of assumption that a vote to remain would prevail.
Dutch pension funds are having to think carefully when it comes to new real estate investments. Rachel Fixsen talks to some of the country’s leading funds
Private debt, including real estate and infrastructure financing, is set to benefit the most from structural changes accentuated by the Brexit decision, write Peter Hobbs, Dharmy Rai and Niels Bodenheim