PropertyEU performs interviews with leading figures in European commercial real estate at events such as MIPIM, MAPIC and EXPO REAL. All our videos are available on our PropertyEU TV Channel.
Ali Nassiri, managing partner and co-founder for URBZ capital introduces his new company and the key trends that are propelling his strong belief in the urban logistics/last mile segment.
InfinitSpace Wybo Wijnbergen, co-founder and CEO, describes how infinitSpace can help make workspaces more attractive and future-proof. He also looks at areas landlords should be focusing on in 2021 and beyond.
GLuke Dawson, Colliers International Managing Director gives insight into the CEE Market
Greystar’s global executive managing director – investment management, Wes Fuller, describes the challenges faced by the private rental sector and tells PropertyEU why it was important to participate in the MIPIM 2019 Mayors’ Think Tank.
Steven Zeeman, Greystar’s senior managing director – investment management Europe was at MIPIM 2019 and explains the company’s activities and approach to the private rented sector in the European region.
Private rented sector specialist Greystar’s new platform in France is led by managing director Hideki Kurata. While at MIPIM 2019 he details the company’s plans in France and explains some of the challenges.
Thomas Wünsche managing director investment management Germany tells PropertyEU about the company’s activities in Germany and explains why it is important to work closely with local authorities.
The densely populated Netherlands presents investors in the private rented sector with particular challenges. While at MIPIM 2019 Mark Kuijpers, Greystar’s senior director, Netherlands, details the company's approach.
This is a really important time for real estate and the building environment. So why are RICS out here at MIPIM 2019?
German alternative investment fund manager Intreal said it boosted its assets under management (AUM) by nearly 12% in the first half of 2022 but warned that growth will slow in the second half as inflation and higher interest rates start to bite in earnest.Read more