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Lineside Industrial Estate

Legal & General buys industrial estate for managed property fund

Tue, 23 Oct 2018By IPE staff

LGIM Real Assets bought the asset in South East of England from Cording for £21m

Gran Via 43

Henderson Park expands Spanish retail and office portfolio

Tue, 23 Oct 2018By IPE staff

Henderson Park buys Gran Via 43 from Mutualidad General de la Abogacia

Brunswick House Cambridge

Cambridge council invests in student accommodation property

Tue, 23 Oct 2018By IPE staff

Apache Capital sells Brunswick House, in Cambridge, to the UK local authority for £38

Healthscope

BGH-AustralianSuper makes new AUD4.1bn offer for Healthscope

Tue, 23 Oct 2018By Florence Chong

The new bid has the backing of a key Healthscope shareholder, Ellerston Capital

Industrial

Newcore makes five acquisitions for value-add fund

Mon, 22 Oct 2018By IPE staff

Newcore Strategic Situations IV has acquired £20m worth of assets

PGIM The Square Téhéran Paris Office

PGIM Real Estate adds Paris office asset to pan-European value-add fund

Mon, 22 Oct 2018By IPE staff

The Square office building in Paris was acquired from GLL Real Estate Partners

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    Student housing: Time for revision

    September/October 2018 (Magazine)By Christopher O'Dea

    The influx of institutional capital into US student accommodation is helping transform the market for undergraduates and investors alike, finds Christopher O’Dea

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    Top 100 Infrastructure Investors

    September/October 2018 (Magazine)By , Stephanie Schwartz-Driver

    The assets of the 100 largest institutional infrastructure investors have increased by more than 20% over the past year. We speak to five of the biggest 

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    GIC: Disrupting the disruptors

    September/October 2018 (Magazine)By Florence Chong

    Embracing technological disruption is not just about protecting value. Florence Chong talks to GIC’s Lee Kok Sun

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    Interview: Andie Kang & Joseph Lee, IGIS

    September/October 2018 (Magazine)By Florence Chong

    IGIS founder Dai-young Kim recently handed over the reins of South Korea’s biggest real estate investment manager. Interview by Florence Chong

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Canada Pension Plan Investment Board became the first pension fund to issue a green bond. Elisabeth Jeffries assesses the significance

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September/October 2018 (Magazine)By Joel Kranc

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