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    Q3 2014 Global Capital Flows

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    Increasing demand for direct assets keeps transactional volumes climbing higher
    BY DAVID GREEN-MORGAN | Leave a comment

    The inexorable demand for direct commercial real estate remains unabated as we head into the final few months of 2014.  North America and Europe continue to set the pace while the slowdown in China means that Asia Pacific is likely to underperform the other regions in 2014.  Q3 2014 volumes have risen by 13% compared to this time last year, to US$165 billion. 

    Ever increasing equity allocations brings US$700 billion into view
    BY DAVID GREEN-MORGAN | Leave a comment

    Does anybody else feel like we are in 2006 again?  It’s a world cup year, Germany performs well, England’s players are already on the beach, a player has left the tournament in disgrace (Suarez in 2014, Zidane in 2006) and the global property markets are alive with investment activity which should see further volume growth in 2014.

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    • Manufaktura shopping centre in Łódź, Poland was bought by Union Investment for $506million

    • Norges Bank Investment Management acquired the $1billion Credit Suisse Headquarters campus in Zurich

    • Blackstone sold the Nido student housing portfolio for £415million at a 6.25% yield

    • SEB sells 150 North Michigan, Chicago to Manulife for $102 million

    • KPJV Class A Distribution Portfolio, PA, USA: Sold to Industrial Income Trust for $138m

    • CBRE Global Investors (acting on behalf of ING Australia) sold Neuilly Victor Hugo in Neuilly to Foncière Massena

    • Credit Suisse purchased a 15 storey Grade A building located at 55 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane for c. $169.5m

    • TMG Partners and Farallon Capital Management sold Zynga’s HQ at 650 Townsend St., San Francisco for $228m

    • Madison acquired Morgan Stanley P2 Value's 56.95% interest in the Trianon office tower in Frankfurt

    • LIM and Lum Chang JV sold 100% interest in Twenty Anson, Singapore for $341m to CapitaCommerical Trust

    • Aviva Tower, London, UK: A landmark acquisition on behalf of 2 UHNW Asia Pacific Investors

    • Pep Shopping Centre, Munich,Germany: Sold to a US institution for > €400m following a highly competitive process

    • LaSalle Investment Management Logistics Portfolio, Japan: Sold to a JV between GLP and CIC for $US 1.6bn

    • Plaza Frontenac, St Louis, USA: Sold to a JV between General Growth Properties (55%) and CPPIB of Canada (45%)

    • Regent Street Estate, London, UK: As its 1st real estate investment, Norges acquired a 25% stake for £450m

    • Miasteczko, Warsaw, Poland: The Polish Telecom HQ was sold on behalf of Bouygues Immobilier to a Qatari investor

    • Northland Shopping Centre, Melbourne, Australia: CPPIB of Canada acquired a 50% stake for AUD 455m

    • Sheraton Universal Hotel, Los Angeles, USA: Sold to China-based Shenzhen New World Co. for $US 90m

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