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Last month, PERE hosted its inaugural US real estate forum, which showcased the diverse array of strategies and markets currently being pursued by investors. Kazakhstan anyone? By Paul Fruchbom
THE 4 FOOD GROUPS 2006-12-01 Staff Writer <strong>RESIDENTIAL<br /> No Paris jokes</strong><br /> Last month Hilton Hotels announced its first residential project in Dubai, the Hilton Jumeirah Beach Residence, in yet another sign that the building boom in the Middle Eastern emirate
How I learned to stop worrying and buy an ICBM silo 2006-12-01 Staff Writer Following the Cold War, the Pentagon has slowing been selling off former military bases as part of its realignment program, which has provided investment opportunities for some private equity real estate firms. Last year, for example
Private equity firms are preparing to invest heavily in budget hotels in India as tourism numbers are set to grow, so they will be happy to learn the country is doing everything in its power to attract visitors.
The US firm is set to launch its third European property fund next year as it ramps up its global real estate investment activities.
Washington, DC-based private equity firm The Carlyle Group has acquired 110 villas in Shanghai, the group’s first property investment in China, according to local press reports.
Following the addition of Mark Karlan, CBRE Investors continues to expand its team in Asia with the hiring of Hao Zhou to head up its investments in China.
Is Vietnam an ‘emerging China’- on the private equity front as well? By Judy Kuan.
Fresh from its deal to buy into UK ports group Peel Ports, the global real estate manager has announced its involvement in a residential scheme in Zhuhai.
If the investment bank hits its target it would surpass the current high-water mark, the $5.3 billion fund raised by The Blackstone Group this summer.
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