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Warsaw: New supply reshapes the Polish capital

The skyline in Warsaw, famous for the Old Town’s cobbled streets and colourful period buildings, is changing rapidly as more and more office


CEO outlook 2019

2018 was another year of cautious optimism for real estate investors across Europe. To navigate the year ahead, Property Investor Europe asked industry leaders

Bubbly and avocado toast enter fashion stores in retail makeover

At No.1 Carnaby Street, fitness trainers Jeannine and Nathalie are putting a group through a HIIT workout. Just metres away, a less



Brussels yield play tempts international buyers

Although it is home to many key EU institutions, Brussels is small for a national capital, yet it is increasingly luring international


Dublin emerges as a future European powerhouse

A traditional measure of the strength of a city’s office market is pre-leasing levels for new developments, particularly for a city


The mighty, mighty debt funds

Debt investment has become a staple in a modern real estate portfolio as commercial property players navigate the late-stage cycle in Europe. The


City Focus: Dublin emerging as a future European powerhouse

A traditional measure of the strength of a city’s office market is pre-leasing levels for new developments, particularly for a city


PIE Podcast: Connected cities

In this episode of the Property Investor Europe Podcast, we looked at Europe's most connected cities. We spoke with Vanessa


City Focus: Frankfurt’s office market rises as tenants seek quality space

Frankfurt am Main, the financial hub of Germany and the home of the European Central Bank, has roughly 10 high-rise office towers under


The great European housing crisis

The European residential housing market is in the midst of its greatest crisis in a generation. Will the Grand Paris redevelopment


PIE Podcast: Trading property-backed cryptocurrencies

A new alliance between asset manager Avignon Capital and proptech business iYield is helping pave the way for European real estate-backed cryptocurrencies.


PIE Podcast: The rise of robots in Europe’s warehouses

How will robots and automation shape logistics warehouses and locations in Europe? Jon Sleeman, head of EMEA Industrial & Logistics


Hotel owners join forces to create green frameworks

The European hotel industry has taken a sharp, collaborate turn toward sustainability, with investors increasingly sharing proprietary information about strategies




Proceed with caution: risk rises to the top

A combination of conventional wisdom and gallows humour has led commercial real estate executives to observe that the market is 10 years into


Reykjavik: Charting a public-private way forward 

Reykjavik has emerged from the global financial crisis with an exploding tourism industry – and an urgent need for new


Antwerp: Blending history with the future

By all accounts, 2017 was a record year for Antwerp. The Flanders city, which has been at the centre of global trade


Catalonian referendum realigns investor risk

Catalonia’s October decision to vote for independence from Spain has led to a reallocation of capital within the country’s commercial real estate market. Although


Aberdeen: Investors circle a recovering market

Rising oil prices, attractive valuations and the opportunity to tap into higher yields mean that Aberdeen is seeing renewed interest from institutional commercial