The latest of the European non-listed real estate industry
An age-old solution to a modern-day problem
Given its sizeable contribution to greenhouse gas emissions, the real estate industry is grappling with
how it can balance meeting the need for additional space as economies and societies grow with mitigating the climate crisis. Our growing economies need new and refurbished buildings but construction activity alone accounts for 11% of annual global carbon emissions according to the World Economic Forum.1 Read more
Sector focusJul 2021#45
The rise of life science
IQ recently spoke to John O’Driscoll, European Head of Transactions at AXA IM Alts about life sciences real estate, a sector that is gaining increasing favour among investors.
Sector focusNov 2019#38
A new life for Rome's office buildings
Rome’s tourist demand keeps on rising, with 9.8 million arrivals and 29 million overnight stays confirming the city1 as the top Italian destination. This growth is prompting significant changes in the city’s hotel stock, particularly for certain parts of the sector. Its composition is changing: the 5-star and luxury segment has recorded the biggest increase in supply, while the number of 1 and 2-star hotels is decreasing.
Sector focusJul 2019#37
Lessons from around the world
During the INREV Annual Conference earlier this year we interviewed Bob Faith, CEO of Greystar but for those who missed it, IQ recently caught up with him about the growing interest among investors in student housing across Europe. Read more
Sector focusMar 2019#36
Healthcare: ready to enter the mainstream?
Last November, the INREV Autumn Conference discussed the rise of emerging sectors. Alternative sectors now account for almost a third of portfolios. notably, healthcare, senior living and education facilities are becoming more prominent, albeit from a low base1. Read more