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Aviva investors real estate France acquires new office building in Amsterdam

Aviva Investors Real Estate France, a subsidiary of Aviva France, has completed the acquisition of the office building Weesperstraat 420-446, in the centre of Amsterdam on behalf of one of its clients. 

The asset has been sold by LaSalle Investment Management (LaSalle), the global real estate investment manager, on behalf of a separate account client.

Allianz Real Estate gives new life to 23-29 rue de Châteaudun in Paris

Allianz Real Estate, on behalf of several Allianz Group companies, has completed the redevelopment of 23-29 rue de Châteaudun in the 9th arrondissement of Paris, transforming it into a high-end, 16,000 square metres office complex with a focus on sustainability and the well-being of its users. 

This is the latest in a series of redevelopments of historic core buildings in Europe by Allianz Real Estate, most recently in Rome, Amsterdam, Milan and Paris.

Allianz acquires first PRS portfolio in Spain

Allianz Real Estate, acting on behalf of several Allianz Group companies, has acquired, in an off-market transaction, its first Private Rented Sector (PRS) portfolio in Spain. 

The assets have been acquired through a purchase of a controlling stake of a joint venture vehicle, Elix Vintage, owned by global international investor KKR, the private markets specialist Altamar Capital Partners, and other investors, via a tender offer.

Allianz Real Estate invests in Icawood redevelopment in Paris

Allianz Real Estate, acting on behalf of several Allianz Group companies, has granted 78 per cent of a EUR185 million loan alongside BNP Paribas Real Estate to Icawood for a complete restructuring operation located in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. 

This loan demonstrates Allianz Real Estate’s confidence in Icawood, a fund specialising in low-carbon-emission office developments.

Allianz Real Estate targets 25 per cent reduction in global carbon emissions by 2025 en route to carbon net-zero

Allianz Real Estate is targeting a reduction in carbon emissions from its global portfolio of 25 per cent by 2025. The decrease is part of the firm’s wide-ranging and extensive global sustainability program initiated in 2019 and supports Allianz Real Estate’s overall aim to be carbon net-zero by 2050.

Ivanhoé Cambridge commits to achieving net zero carbon by 2040

As the real estate and construction sector accounts for nearly 40 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions, the company is accelerating its decarbonisation strategy in light of the urgent need to address climate change.
 
The scope of this commitment covers all five continents where Ivanhoé Cambridge owns properties, either wholly or through partnerships, comprising some 800 properties in a variety of asset classes: office and logistics buildings, shopping centres, residential units and hotels.