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The Canadian investor recently launched its first direct office platform in India in partnership with Embassy Group, as an ever-increasing number of global institutions commit capital to the country.
Executives from Bouwinvest, APG Asset Management and RCLCO discuss how institutional investors are hitting real estate's biggest moving target.
The stable returns of core real estate are in greater demand than ever. But the primary vehicles for delivering them are in the middle of a slow transition.
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If the walls of the David Jones building could talk, they might boast of the competition to buy them, a rarity in the world of physical retail these days
Despite strong investor backing, the New York-based firm's co-founder said some institutions 'have a hard time determining which bucket to place us in.'
The unprecedented events of the past year have spurred greater interest in listed real estate. Arshiya Khullar explores how that could change the composition for institutional real estate portfolios.
With its $5.9bn take-private offer, the Toronto-based manager is calling it quits on a public market that never embraced its flagship real estate vehicle.
The Singaporean investment firm remains confident in the future of offices and has 22% of its AUM deployed into the asset class.
The sector has only been institutionalized in recent years but is bolstered by long-term e-commerce growth in the country.
The new capital for the vehicle, which has now reached $5.4bn in AUM, will be used to acquire three new assets from GLP Japan Development Venture II.
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