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For the past 40 years, Sam Zell has been one of the biggest and most successful players in the US real estate market. Always opinionated, never boring, Zell recently sat down with PERE to discuss his views on the global real estate market, his unconventional holiday gifts and why he likes Libya and Brazil. By Paul Fruchbom
New York-based alternative assets firm GSC Partners and property group Tishman Speyer are teaming up to invest in Shanghai and Beijing.
The biggest pension fund in the US likes China. How does the hype compare to the risk? By Aaron Lovell
Los Angeles-based CBRE Investors, the private equity investing arm of the international real estate group, recently closed its fourth diversified, USfocused value-add property vehicle.
Though real estate investors are predicting short-term gloom for Miami, a recent trip to the city highlights its long-term promise. By Paul Fruchbom
Ch?ch? changes 2006-02-01 Staff Writer Change, though it may be inevitable, is something few people feel comfortable accepting—which partially explains why almost every New Year's resolution ever made has inevitably failed.<br /> <br /> In an industry as dynamic as private equity real estate, h
CAPITAL WATCH 2005-12-01 Staff Writer <strong>FUNDS IN MARKET/COMING TO MARKET</strong><br /> <table> <tbody> <tr> <td><strong>FUND</strong></td> <td><strong>FIRM</strong></td>
A global look at the numbers that shaped the industry in 2005
In almost every conceivable category, 2005 was a banner year for the global private equity real estate industry. In a look back, Private Equity Real Estate chronicles the ten most notable stories of the past 12 months.
Warburg Pincus has strengthened its foothold in China via an investment in a Beijing development company.

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