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The unique MIPIM September Edition has seen the return of the international real estate, investor and political community to Cannes for in-person networking, exhibition space, events and awards.
M&G Real Estate has looked to the thriving food sector in the south of France for its latest round of acquisitions on behalf of two of its European property funds. In separate deals worth a combined €124 million, M&G Real Estate has acquired two hypermarkets leased to Casino Group, one of France’s leading food retailers, generating secured long-term income from established, dominant and non-replicable assets.
Multi Poland's operational director, Magdalena Gibney, has won this year's Top Woman in Real Estate competition in the Asset & Property Management category.
Jenni Wenkel has been appointed to the management board of Union Investment Real Estate Austria AG with effect from 1 September 2021. As Chief Investment Officer, she will be responsible for investment management at the Vienna-based property fund manager.
The x+bricks Group has signed a conditional purchase agreement with the SCP Group to acquire large parts of the repositioned grocery-anchored real estate portfolio of the supermarket operator “real”. Under the terms of the Agreement, x+bricks has secured access to a pipeline of assets valued in excess of EUR 1 billion. Upon completing the transaction, the gross asset value of x+bricks' portfolio will double to more than EUR 2 billion.
AG Real Estate has confirmed the diversification of its commercial offer in the heart of the shopping centres it owns and manages. Several new leisure projects, with nearly 10,000m2 floorspace in all, will be added to the retail offer already present in the malls of its portfolio, thus offering a mix that meets the new customers’ needs.
Global real estate advisor, CBRE announced the appointment of Andrew Hulme as an Executive Director, within its UK Investment Properties team.
“Without the physical aspect of real estate, you cannot obtain the same engagement, fulfilment, or experience: It is simply not as effective.”
Retail: Digital v quality focused business? City centers are in need of synergy!
Digitalization, flexibility, and mobility trends are key factors according to Multi Corporation.
Successful premiere of the ACROSS Company Live Session in cooperation with Sonae Sierra.
The real estate business is not a sport but there are many similarities. Fair play, progress through training, new methodologies, competition, success (and failure), injuries and recovery, awards, fame etc.
A new report from Union Investment and JLL highlights the growing grocery real estate market, with the share of European grocery real estate investment, as a proportion of total retail real estate investment, reaching 22% in 2020, up from 6% in 2016.
“While the pandemic rages on, the climate crisis remains ever-present.”
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has successfully subscribed to a €24.7 million ticket as part of an inaugural five-year €300 million green bond issuance by MAS Securities BV. The firm is wholly owned by MAS Real Estate Inc., an investor and operator of predominantly retail real-estate assets that focuses on central and eastern Europe (CEE).
German fee manager will manage client properties with cloud-based solution.
The Urban Land Institute (ULI) has launched its 15th European National Council in Denmark. Jesper Bo Hansen, Head of Corporate Finance, Catella, will be the new Chair serving a two-year term on a voluntary basis, and will be joined by an executive committee made up of local industry leaders.
“In our survey, many of our visitors told us that they would like to continue to see features that minimize the spread of infections, such as touch-free shopping, and that will be at the forefront of our minds as we upgrade our centers and embark on new projects.”
Union Investment Real Estate Austria AG is expanding its senior leadership team. Petia Zeiringer has been appointed to the management board with effect from 1 January 2021.
The €110 million development, which creates approximately 600 direct jobs, is the first outlet centre in Greater Amsterdam. It opens with around 75% occupancy and a curated mix of brands, some of them debuting for the first time in the Dutch outlet market.