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The slow return to offices and the divergent preferences of different tenant groups took center stage at the 2021 PERE America Forum.
The Florida-based firm's focus on specialty property types propelled it to a record close for its sixth opportunistic vehicle.
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Staff are cautiously beginning to return to the office after 18 months of working from home. Owners of office assets are keen to recoup losses. Does proptech hold the answers?
Rising investment in real estate technology amid pandemic-era shifts in working mean proptech's time has come. Here are some key takeaways from PERE's 2021 Technology Report.
The real estate sector is rife with bulls and optimists, individuals more inclined to extoll the virtues of a promising investment than admit the flaws of a bad one. This is particularly true for assets they already own. Given this culture of positivity, it is of little surprise so many in the industry are reluctant […]
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Tishman Speyer CEO Rob Speyer walks PERE through ‘one of the most active and acquisitive periods’ in his company’s history.
More than 18 months into the coronavirus crisis, institutional office owners continue to grapple with volatile cashflows amid an uncertain future for the sector. Yet many remain optimistic about a recovery.
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Dean Shapiro, Oxford's head of US development, tells PERE the firm made an exception in selling St. John's Terminal to its tenant for $2.1bn.
The collapse of Blackstone’s acquisition of Soho China is a hammer blow to already wobbling international investment confidence in the country, and a reminder that state interventions supersede all.
The US real estate investment firm has attracted Asian capital for the first time in the 13-year history of the fund series.

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