The magazine of the european non-listed real estate industry
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. Read more
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
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