Value-add funds: Hines brings ambitions of scale

Hines has purchased the Torre Velasca tower in Milan for its first European value-add fund

Value-add funds are very popular today, but they tend to be dwarfed by opportunistic mega-funds. Hines has ambitions to encroach on their space

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