Investor and asset manager plans expansion into Spain and Portugal
Portfolio totals 815 homes on 16 developments in Dublin and Cork.
The Queensmere and Observatory centres were bought by ADIA for £130m in 2016
The retail group’s creditors have voted in favour of a widespread store restructuring through CVAs
The fast-food chain aims to open at least 30 new outlets per year for the next three years
The pension fund has paid £24.4m for the completed asset
Supermarket hones in on London growth
Capital Fund Management will take 2,000 sq ft of the Bank Building
Probe will look at whether consumers forced to agree to unfair lease terms when buying property.
It wants to raise funds for acquisitions and reinvestment in its portfolio
The country is ahead of France and the UK as a destination for logistics investment
The troubled retailer has confirmed it has received challenges from parties including Sports Direct
The site consists of 165,000 sq ft of existing buildings within a 2.25-acre plot
There was a net gain of 43 beds in the UK during the past year, despite a net loss of 86 care homes
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield has begun to refinance a £750m loan against its Westfield Stratford mall
In the year to 31 March, the firm converted to a REIT and listed on the London Stock Exchange
Matthew Bird has been named as Cromwell Property Group’s new head of UK
Arcadia believes there is ‘reasonable prospect’ of reaching an agreement most landlords will support
It made a full takeover offer for the business after upping its stake in the retailer to 38.49%
The creditor vote on Arcadia’s company voluntary arrangements takes place at midday today
Derwent London will repurchase outstanding £150m of bonds due this year.
Workspace Group’s EPRA NAV per share grew by 4.7% to £10.9 during the year
The facility has been agreed with Aberdeen Standard Investments for a seven-year term.
Westminster Council approves £32m refurbishment at 72 Broadwick Street, W1.
Fund will invest in multilet industrial properties across the UK.
The outdoor clothing and equipment retailer is defying the trend for downsizing retail store estates
M&G Real Estate’s Life Fund has appointed Knight Frank to sell Cardiff M&S for £33.2m.
Unite Group has appointed CBRE to sell a seed portfolio of four student accommodation assets.
BlackRock Real Assets has instructed Savills to sell Onyx Collection.
DTZ Investors has appointed Cushman & Wakefield to sell two sites in Aldgate, EC3.
Urban&Civic’s EPRA NAV per share has risen by 7.8% during the six months to 31 March, to 340.6p.
Joint owners Oaktree Capital and London & Associated decide against a further cash injection.
BCP Asset Management is mulling the sale of the De Beers Jewellers flagship on Old Bond Street, W1
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RBS seeks more than £40m for Hertfordshire retail centre
The REIT’s retail portfolio recorded an 8.4% decline in valuation during the year to 31 March
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KPMG has instructed Christie & Co to sell the leasehold portfolio of the Jamie Oliver Restaurant Group, which collapsed earlier this week. The portfolio comprises 20 leasehold sites, which previously traded as Jamie’s Italian, Barbecoa and Fifteen London. Of these, eight are located across central and greater London. Jamie Harvie-Austin, director at Christie & Co, […]
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German pension fund acquires St Andrew Square buildings
Its portfolio comprises 15 assets containing nearly 7,500 beds
Dubai-based private developer and investor Select Group is eyeing more UK opportunities
Only 23 stores proposed for closure under Arcadia restructuring plans.
Loan on shopping centres breaches covenant as values drop
25 restaurants at risk of closure as administrators appointed.
Aberdeen Standard Investments has sold East Kilbride Retail Park in South Lanarkshire for £12.25m.
The company has reported strong growth figures in its full-year results as demand remains high
Timon Drakesmith, chief financial officer, is resigning after eight years at the company
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