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Digital Colony's Marc Ganzi and National Real Estate Advisors' Jeff Kanne discuss the evolution of data center investment and how covid-19 boosts the sector.
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With commercial properties shuttered and daily life shifted online, data-centric real estate has thus found itself higher on investor wish-lists.
As institutional capital looks for opportunities, expect digitally supportive assets to be high on their shopping lists.
Harrison Street acquired the center for $115m
After its most recent transaction, Harrison Street still has $2bn of dry powder to deploy in healthcare real estate through the coronavirus disruption.
Korean investors’ increase in outbound investing, growing appetite among Asian investors for alternative real estate and Paris replacing London were the notable trends from the broker’s annual research.
The rapid spread of coronavirus has thrown a spotlight on the country’s growing need for healthcare facilities, a sector of the local real estate market that remains undercapitalized.
Predictions for 2020
The research notes flooding our inboxes during the first full work week of 2020 suggest niche investing, credit plays and operational improvements will be on the agenda in the year ahead.
Since 2018, Fund VI has deployed 40 percent of its capital over 14 investments across both traditional and alternative asset classes.
The investor believes the demand for data storage will increase exponentially with the advances in sectors like artificial intelligence and 5G.
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North American fundraising looks to be strong in 2020, but it is expected to be led by large managers once again. Alternative assets and tailor-made structures will be of particular interest to investors as well.
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