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Lisa Fu is a PERE reporter based in New York. She covers private real estate news and trends primarily in the Americas. Prior to joining PERE, she covered US equities as an intern at Business Insider’s Markets Insider vertical and at Bloomberg’s First Word desk. She also spent some time as an intern at Fortune. Lisa is a graduate of the University of Georgia. She holds a degree in Journalism (AB) and New Media Certificate from the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communications and a degree in Economics (AB) from the Terry College of Business.
The former offices of newspaper The Charlotte Observer, which has chronicled the lives of the North Carolina community for nearly 100 years, has been born again as a modern mixed-use development.
WeWork has had its believers and detractors, but a public listing should set the record straight about the coworking company's true value.
The eighth offering in the opportunistic real estate series, which included commitments from Asian investors for the first time, raised a total of $1.3bn in equity.
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As the New York-based firm looks to deploy its most recent European funds in the region, office REITs will be an attractive target given the pricing split between public and private markets.
As the co-working giant delays its IPO to regroup, institutional landlords should do likewise by in their re-underwriting and planning for a worst-case scenario.
The pension fund, among others, is concerned about the additional risks managers in the strategy are taking in order to meet higher return targets.
Real estate secondaries transaction volumes fell 39.2% during the first half of 2019 but the dip is expected to be temporary, according to private equity secondary advisory firm Setter Capital.
With the sale of MBS Media Campus, Carlyle rolls the credits on the blockbuster-producing industrial property in California.
Stuart Sziklas will join the firm as head of US custom accounts on September 3, and will lead the portfolio managers overseeing $10 billion across the firm’s separately managed accounts.
The global real estate manager said while tenant bankruptcies have resulted in a $150m loss since 2018, it has a plan to reposition its retail portfolio with more resilient tenants.
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