Gothenburg

Gothenburg races to find room for expansion

Gothenburg is blossoming after its industrial transformation, and the race for space is on. Real estate opportunities exist despite some resistance to overseas investors, as Sebastian Shehadi reports.

Oslo reaching maturity

Oslo’s real estate market moves towards maturity

Long a forbidding location for overseas investors, Oslo’s real estate market has witnessed a flood of foreign interest – but can it last? Sebastian Shehadi reports.

Copenhagen

Danish real estate builds on its strengths

Led by booming capital city Copenhagen, Denmark’s real estate is continuing to thrive, thanks to strong economic fundamentals and a currency pegged to the euro. Jason Mitchell reports.

CPPIB/Lendlease $2bn investment furthers south-east London’s regeneration

The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is investing in a $2090m JV in London’s real estate sector, making it the UK’s largest inbound greenfield investment in 2018 so far, according to fDi Markets.

Osaka presses ahead with urban regeneration plans

Several large-scale urban development projects are underway in Osaka to cater to a growing population living downtown and boost the city’s status as a business destination and knowledge hub

European commercial property investment spikes ahead of Mipim

European commercial property investment rose by 13% in the third quarter of 2017, according to research from Knight Frank.

mahindras industrial

Mahindra moves into India's industrial space

As India retains its allure as a manufacturing destination, real estate and infrastructure developer Mahindra Lifespace Developers is rolling out industrial clusters around the country to help maintain this momentum. Courtney Fingar reports.

Lawrence Yeo

View from Asia: A strong property picture

Asia's property sector is growing at a predictably variable rate in the region's various countries, but the overall picture is a healthy one, writes Lawrence Yeo.

Martin Kaspar

View from Europe: Foreign investors should not be property price scapegoats

Foreign investors are often blamed for sky-rocketing real estate prices. But the truth is more complex, according to two new pieces of research, as Martin G Kaspar reports.

London leads in real estate investment

London tops the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate’s annual survey.

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