Silverpeak buys stake in multifamily developer

AHS marks the second of two entity-level deals that the New York-based private equity real estate firm has executed this year.

Benjamin: ‘cycle advanced but not calling market’– Exclusive

US asset manager Ares Management has just completed €725m of exits in Europe but real estate head Bill Benjamin insists the firm has appetite to keep investing in the region.

EQT’s debut RE fund is now over 50% invested – Exclusive

EQT’s fifth and latest acquisition for the fund is the purchase of two office assets in Frankfurt.

GLP completes global logistics jigsaw with Gazeley buy

After months of speculation, the future of Gazeley, the European logistics arm of Canadian property giant Brookfield, has been resolved with its $2.8bn sale to global warehouse specialist GLP.  

Hutensky in first buy from latest fund – Exclusive

The Hartford, Connecticut-based firm has corralled $51m of capital for its current value-added vehicle.

The price is right for NPS as it sells Sony Center for €1.1bn

The deal for one of the German capital’s most recognizable properties is another example of NPS exiting a prime real estate asset when the offer is attractive enough. 

Morgan Stanley in Mesa West takeover

What began as a search to replace a minority owner resulted in the Los Angeles-based real estate debt fund manager being sold in its entirety.

Aareal finances Henderson Park’s £500m UK hotel debut

The German bank provides a £330m loan secured by hotels in Hilton London and Birmingham.

Sustainability at the heart of Land Sec’s Walkie Talkie project

Following its record-breaking sale, 20 Fenchurch Street has become a symbol of the UK’s post-Brexit appeal to Asian capital. However, it has equal claim to being a symbol of sustainable, counter-cyclical real estate development. Co-developer and seller LandSec took Jamie Henderson on an exclusive tour.

Piramal’s survival tactics

Institutional investor apathy toward traditional investment vehicles and a painful period of policy reforms have increased the pressure on India’s domestic managers. Arshiya Khullar examines how Mumbai-based Piramal Enterprises has altered its strategy to stay relevant