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Commercial Real Estate News from the Wall Street Journal

  1. CBRE Global Investors Buys Stake in Three GGP Malls
    One of the world’s largest real-estate asset managers has purchased a 49% stake in three malls in a deal that values them at more than $1 billion and shows that investors still have an appetite for top-tier retail property.
  2. FAO Schwarz Is Returning to New York
    A dominant presence in Midtown Manhattan for decades before its closure in 2015, the toy store is coming to life again with a new, 20,000-square-foot Rockefeller Center location.
  3. Sportswear-Maker Puma to Open New York Flagship
    Germany’s Puma has signed a lease deal to creating a marquee location on Fifth Avenue that will be the first of its kind for the company in North America.
  4. Kushner Cos., Brookfield Near a Deal for Stake in 666 Fifth Ave.
    The real estate arm of Brookfield Asset Management is in advanced talks with Kushner Cos. to buy roughly a 50% stake in 666 Fifth Ave. and invest hundreds of millions of dollars in the Manhattan office tower, which has been at the center of a controversy over possible conflicts of interest involving Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and adviser.
  5. Sign of the Times: New Office Space Created in Retail's Tumult
    Normandy Real Estate Partners’ $133 million deal for the upper portion of ABC Carpet’s flagship store is an example of office space edging into territory that once was retail’s domain.
  6. Want to Buy a Luxury Hotel in the U.S.? Try China's Insurance Regulator
    When Chinese regulators seized control of Anbang Insurance, they took ownership of more than a dozen luxury U.S. hotels. Now, as the government looks to sell, it faces a problem: The buildings likely are worth less than what Anbang paid only a couple of years ago.
  7. New York's Commercial Property Slump Shows Signs of Slowing
    After a two-year plunge, brokers are optimistic that more deals will take place in 2018.
  8. NYC Council Stops Midtown Tower Construction
    Work on an 800-foot-tall tower in East Midtown that has been under construction for six months was halted last week following a vote by the New York City Council to limit skyscrapers in the area,.
  9. Malls Never Wanted Gyms. Now They Court Them
    Mall owners long treated gyms, massage parlors, and billiards halls as unwanted tenants that attracted lower-rent visitors who were unlikely to shop. Now they’re giving health clubs some of their best real estate.
  10. New Jersey Office Rents Near Records
    Asking rents for New Jersey office space are nearing records as landlords undertake extensive renovations and fill older properties with top-notch amenities.

Commercial Property News from the Financial Times

  1. Is Kier the next Carillion? ‘Spot the difference’ says not
    Superficial similarities between government contractors are not borne out by analysis
  2. Opening Quote: Kier determined not to be the next Carillion 
  3. Kier overcomes construction turbulence to post 9% rise in profits
  4. US homebuilder confidence stays put as lumber prices ease
  5. Opening Quote: Another day, another dolour
  6. Galliford Try reports rebound in full-year profits
    Construction business supported by policies aimed at helping people buy homes
  7. McCarthy & Stone: mustn’t grumble
    Housebuilder needs to innovate and muster the self-reliance older folks sometimes boast of
  8. Opening Quote: Melrose and GKN — to strip or not to strip?
  9. McCarthy & Stone reveals profits to fall at least 24%
    Housebuilder says a weaker market in the south of England and ground rents policy hit trading
  10. Bovis profits surge in latest sign of turnround
    Group predicts full-year profits at top end of expectations following ‘robust summer trading’

Commercial Property News from Property Week

  1. LXi seeks to raise £100m
    LXi REIT has launched a share issue to raise a further £100m to help fund its ambitious acquisition programme.
  2. AEW raises further €165m for French fund
    AEW has completed a further close for RESIDYS, a fund targeting residential real estate assets in France, raising €165m (£148m) from institutional investors.
  3. Council landlord strikes deal to save House of Fraser in Camberley
    House of Fraser is to retain a presence in Camberley after agreeing new terms with its local authority landlord.
  4. Mercor trade counter portfolio sold for £45.4m
    Avignon Capital and Riverside Capital have sold a portfolio of Travis Perkins outlets to Cordatus Property Trust for £45.4m, reflecting a net initial yield of 5.4%.
  5. GPE puts Mully in the chair
    Richard Mully is set to succeed Martin Scicluna as non-executive chairman of Great Portland Estates (GPE).
  6. ​OakNorth to fund £38.4m London care home scheme
    Westbourne Capital Partners has secured a £38.4m loan from OakNorth for the development of a 200-unit care home facility next to Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.
  7. ​AB InBev House changes hands for £16.9m
    Mayfair Capital has bought an office building in Woking for £16.9m, reflecting a net initial yield of 7.6%.
  8. Kitchen appointed chair at Sirius
    Sirius Real Estate has appointed Danny Kitchen the German business park group’s non- executive chairman with immediate effect.
  9. Pound sinks on PM's Brexit remarks
    The pound slumped 1.19% against the Euro to €1.132 on Friday afternoon after Prime Minister Theresa May made a statement calling the European Union’s rejection of her Chequers proposal “unacceptable”.
  10. Legal challenge to Giggs & Neville's £200m Manchester scheme turned down
    A legal challenge to Gary Neville and Ryan Giggs’ controversial £200m St Michael’s redevelopment project in Manchester city centre has been rejected, paving the way for construction to begin.