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Hines hires PGIM exec Alfonso Munk amid management restructure

The Houston-based firm has moved to a more centralized structure and will have three regional chief investment officers.

A newspaper building that became a big exit for Goldman

The former offices of newspaper The Charlotte Observer, which has chronicled the lives of the North Carolina community for nearly 100 years, has been born again as a modern mixed-use development.
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CPPIB’s new Asia perspectives in real estate debt

The Canadian pension has scaled up its credit operations in North America and Europe and is turning to China and India as part of a global expansion.

WeWork: An IPO would end the debate over the coworking pace-setter’s value

WeWork has had its believers and detractors, but a public listing should set the record straight about the coworking company's true value.

Walton Street collects $1.3bn for second RE loan fund

The real estate lender is charging a 1.5% management fee, according to Arkansas pension fund documents.

PODCAST: CalSTRS on becoming institutional capital’s ‘partner of choice’

Scott Chan, deputy CIO for the $240bn pension, and Mike DiRe, head of real estate, tell PERE about the CalSTRS collaborative model and what it means moving forward.

Greystar on living a sustainable life

Working with both investors and residents is crucial to making sustainable residential investing a reality, explains Lexie Goldberg of Greystar Real Estate Partners.

How private RE became the land of the giants

In a marketplace dominated by elite fundraisers, the biggest pools of institutional capital are getting what they need while the mega-managers are getting what they want

PCCP raises largest equity fund to date – Exclusive

The eighth offering in the opportunistic real estate series, which included commitments from Asian investors for the first time, raised a total of $1.3bn in equity.
Howard Marks

Howard Marks: Lack of confidence ‘one of the best things market has going for...

Market participants are not thinking bullish but they’re still feeling pressure to act bullish, the Oaktree Capital co-chairman told the PDI New York Forum.
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