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Evelyn Lee is the News Editor for PEI Media’s real estate-focused publication, PERE, overseeing global news coverage for both PERE Magazine and PERENews.com. Based in New York, she works closely with reporters and editors across PEI’s offices in New York, London and Hong Kong, and helps to co-ordinate shared content with PEI’s other private markets titles. Prior to joining PEI in 2011 she covered commercial real estate, economic development and environmental issues at NJBIZ, a New Jersey-focused business publication
Weinberg Capital Partners
The newly rebuilt property business of the French investment manager is seeking to raise its largest-ever value-add fund.
Part of the expected equity haul will include capital raised for the successor to the Milan-based firm’s second opportunity fund, which is the largest Italy-focused property vehicle to date.
The Houston-based private equity real estate firm is planning to launch a new open-ended vehicle focused on the region early next year.
Nine out of the 10 are from the same geographic region, while one city is the second-most liquid real estate market in the world.
22 Bishopsgate AXA health wellness
In developing the second-tallest tower in the city, AXA IM – Real Assets talks about the risks and rewards of investing in an emerging area of office amenitization.
The real estate investment manager has suffered its share of missteps, but it is now the beneficiary of a real estate market dominated by fundraising giants.
Europa Europe
The London-based manager launched its latest value-add fund, which has a €1bn hard-cap, only four months ago.
Colony Capital Tom Barrack
The private equity real estate firm led by Tom Barrack recently closed on its largest-ever fund – despite a protracted period of corporate challenges, negative headlines and a mixed performance record.
Our Japan roundtable talks with Evelyn Lee about a potential correction for the country and how well it will be able to withstand oncoming headwinds.
Almost a decade after the country required a bailout from the IMF and EU, institutional interest in Greek real estate is on the up.
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