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London-based Verdion Properties raised €137m for European Property Fund I, its debut commingled fund, to make value-add/core-plus investments.
Real estate investors believe logistics will perform well through the covid-19 crisis, and sector specialists expect debt providers to remain supportive.
Potential real estate plays are expected to arise from the region’s listed companies, 20% of which are at risk of liquidity pressure, according to CBRE.
The Houston-based real estate investment manager is seeking to double its assets in the region in five years with a major push in urban logistics.
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The Boston-based manager's equity haul included $500m in commitments from new investors all finalized during the covid-19 pandemic.
In bidding on an Australian logistics portfolio, the partners faced fewer competitors in the market as smaller players were unable to close deals quickly.
Regulators have set the draft guidance of a pilot program. But those hopeful a first batch of REITs can be rolled out in the third quarter should curb their enthusiasm.
Sculptor
The pandemic has led the world’s largest asset manager to rethink its allocation plan for Europe Property Fund V, which just closed on €1.5bn.
The Boston-based industrial specialist will take its value-add approach to new markets in Europe and Asia-Pacific with Cabot Value Fund VI.
Venturous Smart City
The world’s property markets are watching the country’s doors re-open for indicators of life after coronavirus
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