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February 2015 News in Brief

Published on February 9th, 2015

Preqin finds private equity firms struggling for capital and assets Real estate private equity firms are increasingly worried about sourcing assets and capital, a Preqin survey has found. More than…

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Cassidy Turley lends US muscle to DTZ DTZ has completed the acquisition of US firm Cassidy Turley, giving it a strong US presence for the first time. The global property...

Company Profiles

Keppel Land

With exposure to the weak Singapore market hitting the developer’s share price, its parent company believes a privatisation bid is the best route to expanding the firm across the region...

World News

Brookfield and QIA capture Songbird in London Canary deal

Board of Canary Wharf estate’s majority owner fails to repel bid by property company and Qatari state investor Brookfield Property Partners and Qatar Investment Authority are to acquire Songbird Estates,...

News

February 2015 News in Brief

Preqin finds private equity firms struggling for capital and assets Real estate private equity firms are increasingly worried about sourcing assets and capital, a Preqin survey has found. More than...

Survey

China tries a new treatment for ailing housing sector

A glut of unsold housing and a 9% year-on-year fall in space sold during 2014 have forced the Chinese government to reverse its curbs on home buying, in an attempt...

Research

Mumbai tops corporate locations table...

Mumbai offers the best prospects for corporate occupiers, according to DTZ’s 2015 Annual Occupier Outlook. The US remains the most competitive region, although this will change in favour of Asia...

Asia goes with the flow of rising overseas deal volumes

While growth in capital targeting Asian property was relatively modest last year, Chinese investment in the US and core European cities swelled a rising tide of inter-regional real estate transactions...

World News

Mitsui Fudosan adds Manhattan project to overseas push

Mitsui Fudosan is to develop a $1.4bn Manhattan office tower as it increases investments outside of Japan. The Hudson Yards project will be the company’s second development in New York in...

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