News

South African Rockcastle buys three Polish shopping centres for €522m

In a latest example of South African capital shifting to

Eurozone office rents rising fast, yields down for 16th qtr-CapEcon

All-property eurozone rents rose 0.9% q/q in 2Q, up from

Germany logistics investment leaps 45% to record €2.1bn – Colliers

Investment in German logistics rose 45% y/y to a first-half

Germany logistics investment leaps 45% to record €2.1bn – Colliers

Investment in German logistics rose 45% y/y to a first-half

Danish Freja puts hospital conversion project up for sale

Danish Freja, which privatises state-owned properties, has put a vacant

German HSH on course for €4bn RE lending target

North German landesbank HSH Nordbank’s new property lending business generated



Interviews

New Vienna firm GalCap targets property values in central Europe

Foreign investors, particularly Americans, are looking again at the higher yields available in central Europe, says Manfred Wiltschnigg, founder of Vienna-based GalCap Europe.


Property crisis early-warning sytem is priority for FIABCI – World President

Global real estate association FIABCI is to set up a property early-warning system against crises such as 2008/9 sparked by the US sub-prime mortgage sector, says incoming World President Kirkor Ajderhanyan.

Corestate sees student housing benefit from Brexit

Luxembourg-based real estate investment manager Corestate expects student housing and





Opinion

Time to “bring out your dead” as online retailers seek space in the city – Blog

Logistics and retail, two previously quite distinctive asset classes, are

Polish shopping centres in strong demand amid stable retail fundamentals

By Robert Sztemberg, Head of Berlin Hyp's Warsaw branch officeThe