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PERE’s 10 most-read articles of 2020 reflect the industry’s desire to know how the pandemic would impact it.
The Chicago-based alternatives specialist will emphasize life science, add data centers to the mix of its demographic-based strategy.
The $672bn investor has awarded the Houston-based manager a $1.5 billion separate account to develop properties demonstrating ‘resilience’ and ‘permanence’.
Three institutional investors, including two sovereign wealth funds, committed nearly all of the capital for Logistics Property Company’s maiden develop-to-core fund.
Global institutions targeted opportunistic funds and broke into new strategies in 2020, but stayed closer to their home markets.
Robert Stuckey believes an investing thesis centered on underwriting real estate via demographic and technological trends has kept Carlyle's business insulated from the current pandemic-induced crisis.
In stark contrast to the US, Europe’s CMBS loans have largely avoided emergency treatment, according to the London-based firm.
Rising foreclosure rates show relief has not prevented some borrowers from losing their properties – and they give a glimpse of what is to come next year.
Looking to grow its exposure to niche property types, the new open-end life science real estate fund was too good for the Dutch pension investor pass up.
The Miami-based firm expects most loans in special servicing to become performing again, largely because of higher credit standards post-GFC.
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