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One of private markets’ biggest investors, Singaporean state fund Temasek and real estate manager CapitaLand, are implementing pay cuts to counter the economic impact of the rapidly spreading outbreak.
With the multifamily sector still in its infancy in Australia, the Melbourne based manager is seeking A$1bn to lend to first mover developers.
Two founding investors are planning to offload over 40 percent of shares in the Shanghai-based mixed-use developer and operator.
As investors shift their focus from retail to industrial, the sector’s deal activity for 2019 looks likely to exceed $160bn – a record level, observes Real Capital Analytics’ Jim Costello.
The full extent of the outbreak in China is yet to be seen, but the short-term impact has already manifested itself in Asia’s private real estate markets
As supply chains adapt to new realities, occupiers will focus more on the life cycle of a facility, says Matthew Wright, DHL’s vice-president of development.
Finding value in logistics is not just about large ‘big box’ assets but increasingly urban and ‘last-mile’ facilities, says Kari Pitkin, Allianz Real Estate’s head of business development.
The US Treasury Department’s final regulations pertaining to CFIUS’s jurisdiction on deals between US and foreign companies went into effect Thursday
A combination of positive factors has brought some of the world’s largest investors into the country.
Investor appetite for last-mile logistics is at a peak, but assets are hard to find, just one of the factors shaping investor strategies in an emerging sector.
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