The Institutional Real Estate Letter - Americas
Exclusive industry insight for tax-exempt investors — pension funds, endowments and foundations
A monthly publication offering analysis of market trends related to pension fund investment in private equity real estate. It covers the people, trends, and events driving this dynamic market, and features the industry's most extensive information on manager searches, new product offerings and pension fund real estate allocations, plus features on pension fund investment capital flows, investment strategy and portfolio management.
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Data centers' Latin accent: Powerhouse computing facilities are adding up to billions in South American investment
Cities on the rise: Gateway markets have become crowded and expensive, driving investors to a broader slate of metropolitan areas
The golden age of corporate HQs returns: Technology fortunes have triggered a resurgence in architectural grandiosity
BlackRock report shows appetite for real estate still rising
The European awakening: U.S. investors are once again becoming Europhiles
Class B office sees rent growth in some CBDs
Forecast 2015: Let the good times roll, but beware of excesses
Attribution: What it is and how it is measured
The new fund challenge: Though brand-name mega-funds are stockpiling huge war chests, the race to raise capital has never been harder for new funds
Another brick in the wall: The rising wall of real estate investment dollars is causing some to wonder if too much liquidity is flooding the market
Climate change at land's end: Real estate investors like targeting coastal cities, but so does a seething Mother Nature
We can do better: Some pension systems are shunning commingled funds in favor of customized investment structures