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Blackstone’s recent investment in sound stages and creative office capitalizes on an original content boom that is part of broader online consumption trends.
Fabian Neuenschwander, an almost 13-year veteran of the firm, is understood to have left for a new role.
The US pension plans to 'invest meaningful amounts with fewer best-in-class managers' by deploying capital in multiple strategies with each firm.
As streaming platforms race to produce original content, surging demand for sound stage space has boosted the sector’s appeal to institutional capital.
Bill Schwab, chief executive of LCI Investment, explains how property investors can navigate a market disrupted by the pandemic.
In the wake of the covid-19 outbreak, fundraising managers can be sorted into three categories: those finishing final closes, those launching new funds and those somewhere in between. All three must deal with unprecedented circumstances. But midstream fundraisers face the greatest challenges, especially managers that have already started deploying capital. Valuation is the key issue. […]
The Des Moines, Iowa-based fund manager’s business vertical focused on investing in real estate operating companies will resume operations in the US and hunt for debut deals in Europe.
Offices are facing a reckoning. For institutional managers, this means a re-evaluation of how investments in the sector will be underwritten.
Real estate is not immune to the effects of the covid-19 pandemic, but residential remains a smart place to be.
Institutional-grade investments near top universities are poised to perform well even with reduced enrollment.

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