London tops global real estate investment despite Brexit uncertainty
Feb11

London tops global real estate investment despite Brexit uncertainty

London ranked as the top city for global real estate investment in 2017 according to research published by JLL, indicating Brexit uncertainty didn’t hamstring real estate investment as had been feared. The figures highlight investment in London increased by 35% from 2016 to US$33 billion in 2017, while Los Angeles shifted up to second place in the Top 30 with US$23 billion invested and New York moved into third place with US$21...

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Ivanhoé Cambridge announces $60 million investment to redevelop Laurier Québec
Feb11

Ivanhoé Cambridge announces $60 million investment to redevelop Laurier Québec

Ivanhoé Cambridge announces a major investment of $60 million to enhance the shopping experience at one of Quebec City’s leading retail destinations. “Laurier Québec holds a dominant position in the region and we are very pleased to invest in its modernization,” said Claude Sirois, President, Retail, Ivanhoé Cambridge. “This initiative is part of Ivanhoé Cambridge’s strategy of investing in its shopping...

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London edges out NYC as top city among foreign real estate investors
Jan20

London edges out NYC as top city among foreign real estate investors

Among foreign investors, interest in New York has slipped and London has assumed first place as the number one global city for their real estate investments. For the first time, Los Angeles has tied New York as the number one city in the US, according to the results of a new survey taken among the members of the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE) and released today. In last year’s survey, London ranked third...

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Indian real estate to witness increased investor interest in 2018
Jan13

Indian real estate to witness increased investor interest in 2018

The momentum of blockbuster real estate deals that hit the headlines in 2017 are likely to see an upward movement in 2018, both in Asia Pacific and India, according to a JLL research. It is expected that Asia Pacific transaction volumes will grow five per cent to reach US$135 to US$140 billion in 2018, driven by continued momentum in core markets and increased interest in developing markets. India, a key market in the region, will...

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