Property services firm takes 75% stake in US-based Harrison Street.
British Land seeks consent to begin work on mixed-use Canada Water Masterplan.
Investor signs off strategy that will target offices in central areas.
US developer-investor Hines has completed the acquisition of Købmagergade 44-46/50, a five-storey mixed-use asset in central Copenhagen, on behalf of its Hines European Value Fund (HEVF).
NatWest is rumoured to be issuing a ‘synthetic securitisation’ of a £400 mln (€458 mln) portfolio of UK property loans.
Global alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group has acquired The Crosspoint 41,000 sq ft (3,800 m2) building on London’s Liverpool Street from Lord Sugar’s real estate empire Amsprop in an off-market transaction.
Frankfurt building is Singaporean investor’s first European investment.
Pan-European logistics developer Panattoni Europe has announced plans to invest €1.2 bn in its so-called City Logistics projects – facilities built within city limits dedicated to ‘last mile’ deliveries.
Global serviced office provider IWG has been approached by US private equity group Lone Star and has had two separate takeover proposals from Starwood and TDR Capital.