Tracing the socio-spatial logics of transnational landlords’ real estate investment: Blackstone in Madrid

The Spanish property market has suffered a fast internationalization, which has been more noticeable in last years. This research document shows how the Spanish real estate has faced significant foreign investment. Amongst the covered topics are corporate taxation, urban rent law, asset restructuring, socio-spatial logistics, and industry warehouses.

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