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Thursday, 24 July 2014

PIE takes summer break with Dailies on merit; re-start 13 August

Property Investor Europe editors are on the traditional summer vacation break through 12 August, and PIE halts its regular Dailies, issuing occasional news on merit in this period. The entire PIE team wishes all our readers in the northern hemisphere a very relaxing summer! pie

Blackstone pays ¤3.6bn for Spanish residential NPLs worth ¤6.4bn

US wealth management giant Blackstone has paid ¤3.615bn for the 'Hercules' portfolio of residential loans and real estate nominally worth ¤6.4bn from Spain's bailed-out Catalunya Banc - one day before the lender itself receives final bids.

German court clears way for debtor funds to take over IVG

A Bonn regional court has cleared the way for a debt-equity restructuring in German property group IVG, allowing its creditors, largely hedge and opportunity funds, to convert their ¤2.2bn into equity. The firm also designated a CEO for when proceedings close.

UniCredit to monetise 17% stake in Austrian CA Immo

Austrian listed property group CA Immo said its core shareholder UniCredit Bank Austria is to evaluate its 16.8% stake with a view to monetising it through a structured offering to the marketplace. CA will support this process.

Qatari investor said buyer of Milan office from Tishman

New York-based global developer and investor Tishman Speyer has sold a trophy office tower in Milan’s city centre to a Middle East investor, which it did not name. But PIE sources said the buyer is Qatar-based, and likely its sovereign fund.

Dutch Bouwfonds raises ¤110m for Euro student housing

Bouwfonds Investment Management, the real asset manager of the Dutch cooperative Rabobank group, has raised ¤110m in new commitments in the second closing of its European Student Housing Fund, boosting total equity to ¤180m.

US Lone Star buys Dutch office portfolio from CBRE GI

Texas-based private wealth manager Lone Star has bought a portfolio of 32 offices across the Netherlands from CBRE Global Investors, part of its CBRE Dutch Office Fund. The purchase price was not disclosed.

¤584bn in European non-core property still to be de-leveraged - Cushman

Some ¤584bn of non-core real estate will be offloaded primarily by European banks in the next few years, illustrating the enormous de-leveraging which will be boosted by European Central Bank stress tests, says realtor Cushman & Wakefield.

German residential deals to slow after 1H peak - NAI apollo

First half residential investment rose 4.4% to a record ¤7.1bn, but with limited supply of investment product no increase is likely in in second half, says advisor NAI apollo. It predicts full-year volume below ¤10bn.

UK’s Revetas buys mall in Bulgarian capital Sofia

London-based Revetas Capital Advisors has made its first acquisition in Bulgaria, City Center Sofia mall in the nation's capital. Managing Partner Eric Assimakopoulos pointed up emerging opportunities in central Europe last month in a Summit in Warsaw organised by PIE and the magazine Poland Today.

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