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The property investment arm of German insurer Allianz has acquired two office buildings in Paris as a demonstration of its ongoing confidence in what many regard as a highly uncertain sector.
Covid-19 is fueling occupier demand for more flexible office arrangements, meaning less certainty for landlords and their debt providers.
Billions of dollars have been poured into turning the Farley Building into a state-of-the-art office complex and train hall.
The London-based manager has decided a market boasting 7% yields is worth buying into, despite its high vacancy rate and today’s general uncertainty towards the sector.
As retail and office sectors trend toward volatility, the steady returns of sale-and-leaseback strategies are becoming attractive fixed-income substitutes.
The covid-19 crisis has accelerated two different shifts in how properties with a space-as-a-service component will be valued.
Recent commitments by Amazon and Facebook signal the long-term stability of large office markets amid the pandemic disruption
The acquisition, done in partnership with AEW and SDP, marks the sovereign wealth fund's third office deal in the Chinese capital in less than a year.
Biotech and pharmaceutical companies are increasingly emerging as a dependable tenant group at a time of unprecedented uncertainty over the future for the office sector’s demand.
The Hong Kong-based manager bought Hangzhou's Euro America Financial City Tower 6 from local developer Jiangong Real Estate in a deal agreed at the end of 2019.

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