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Jonathan Brasse

Jonathan Brasse is the Senior Editor, Real Estate for PEI Media’s real estate publications. He oversees the editorial output and leads the reporting team behind the sector-leading private real estate publication PERE as well as Real Estate Capital, the group’s real estate credit markets publication. Jonathan joined PEI in 2009 from UK commercial property magazine Property Week where he oversaw international news and analysis coverage.
The $672bn investor has awarded the Houston-based manager a $1.5 billion separate account to develop properties demonstrating ‘resilience’ and ‘permanence’.
You would be hard pressed to find a truer representation of today’s private real estate market than this year’s PERE Global Awards.
A more level playing field in terms of nominations than in prior years and a greater focus on logistics, residential and alternative real estate are the two major takeaways from the submissions of the 15th annual industry awards. 
The head of European transactions at the real assets business of French insurer AXA says the deal to acquire Kadans Science Partner is the outcome of interest in the sector that started more than a year ago.
Managers hampered in their fundraising exploits by covid-19 are understandably asking for more time to raise capital. Their success will depend greatly on pre-crisis deployment.  
There has been an uptick in European managers asking investors for more time to market funds caught out by covid-19.
Tom Barrack’s successor told the virtual PERE America conference last week Pfizer’s vaccine progress and Joe Biden’s US presidential victory would not be ‘total elixirs’ for private real estate. 
The sector’s reaction to the news of an effective covid-19 treatment has not been as exuberant as that of the public markets.  
Entries close this Friday, 13 November for the 2020 PERE Global Awards. Don’t miss the chance to share your highlights with us before we draw up the shortlists.
Three years after its inception, M7 Real Estate, one of the exchange’s investors, has got the ball rolling by launching a public offering of one of its own assets.

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