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Drew Campbell, editor of Institutional Investing in Infrastructure magazine, talks about the appetite for new versus experienced infrastructure fund managers.
The CEO of Rockbridge joins us to discuss his new $438 million hospitality fund, why hotel fundamentals are the best they have ever been, and his suspicions about why institutional real estate investors are not more enamored about this property type.
The sanctions against Moscow have foreign capital fleeing, the ruble collapsing, interest rates spiking, recession looming and president Vladimir Putin lashing out at the West in his speeches to the Russian people. Yet, some long-term investors still see opportunity. Sheila Hopkins, managing director of IREI's European operations, explains why.
Viki Radden, an executive at 5 Stone Green Capital, discusses the fast-growing urban indoor farming business and the opportunities it is likely to present to institutional real estate investors.
This podcast is a collection of excerpts from an interview conducted with Ryan Mullenix and Scott Wyatt, architects at NBBJ, for the February 2015 cover story titled: The golden age of corporate HQs returns. NBBJ is the architecture firm designing the new headquarters being developed by Amazon, Google and Samsung. Mullenix and Wyatt talk about some of the thinking behind these new projects and the features they will incorporate. The interview questions have been edited out of this recording to give the architects an uninterrupted opportunity to offer their perspectives.