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  • August 15, 2018

    LaSalle Canada Property Fund Raises up to C$800 Million Equity with a Gross Asset Value Capacity to Exceed C$1 Billion

    TORONTO (August 15, 2018) — LaSalle Investment Management (“LaSalle”) is pleased to announce that LaSalle Canada Property Fund (“LCPF” or “the Fund”), the firm’s flagship open-ended core real estate fund in Canada, has secured up to C$350 million of new capital commitments to add to its initial seed investment and launch in December, 2017. The new investments were made by a multilateral government pension fund, a European-based global financial institution that accessed the Fund through a parallel structure established in Luxembourg to allow access to certain European investors, as well as by LaSalle Investment Management and its employees.
  • August 12, 2018

    Tekka Place set to Rejuvenate Little India Heritage District

    SINGAPORE / HONG KONG (August 12, 2018) — Lum Chang-LaSalle Joint Venture Unveils Name and Visual Brand Identity of Integrated Development at Serangoon Road
  • July 31, 2018

    WeWork Signs Lease for 222 Exhibition Street, Melbourne

    SYDNEY / SINGAPORE / HONG KONG (July 31, 2018) — LaSalle announces that global space, community, and services company, WeWork has signed a 12-year lease for 5,250 sqm of commercial office space at 222 Exhibition Street, a mixed-use retail and commercial tower located in Melbourne’s CBD. WeWork will occupy four levels in the building, including a 1,228 sqm outdoor terrace area on Level 7 which serves as a spectacular extension of the traditional office space. The lease agreement also includes building signage rights.
  • July 30, 2018

    Encore+ acquires Makro sale and leaseback portfolio in Madrid, Spain

    MADRID (July 30, 2018) — Encore+, the open-ended Continental European real estate fund, has acquired a portfolio of three freehold assets in Madrid on a sale and leaseback-basis; these are occupied by cash-and-carry operator Makro on a 15-year firm lease; LaSalle’s Green lease clauses have been included in the lease agreement. The portfolio comprises wholesale retail with additional office space and was acquired from Makro, a subsidiary of the Metro AG. The three wholesale retail units are situated in the dense urban locations of Paseo Imperial, Barajas and Alcobendas.
  • July 26, 2018

    Adaptation is Key as Real Estate Continues to act as a “Shock Absorber” Amidst Increasing Market Volatility in North America

    CHICAGO (July 26, 2018) — According to LaSalle Investment Management’s (“LaSalle”) Mid-Year Investment Strategy Annual (“Mid-Year ISA”) 2018, the real estate portfolio strategies recommended in last December’s ISA generally held up against both expected and unexpected market forces throughout North America, despite being faced with abrupt changes including structural and cyclical shifts. In summary, real estate continued to perform as a “shock absorber” against market volatility that picked up in both the fixed income and equity markets. The U.S. and Canadian real estate markets continue to see the Goldilocks theme holding up as the odds of a financial crisis or a major global recession remain very low for the rest of year. Looking ahead, the probability for a continued global expansion remains high for 2019.
  • July 24, 2018

    LaSalle Acquires Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza in Houston; Trophy Medical Office Tower Located in the World’s Largest Healthcare Complex

    CHICAGO (July 24, 2018) — LaSalle Investment Management (“LaSalle”) announced today that it has acquired Memorial Hermann Medical Plaza (“MHMP” or “the property”), a trophy medical office tower in Houston, on behalf of its U.S. core open-end real estate fund, LaSalle Property Fund (“LPF”). The seller, which opened the property in 2007, is a partnership comprising Mischer Healthcare, Memorial Hermann Health System (“Memorial Hermann”) and other private investors. Scott Galloway, Colby Mueck and Rusty Tamlyn with HFF represented the sellers in the transaction.
  • July 24, 2018

    Stimmung im Immobiliensektor in Kontinentaleuropa bleibt positiv unter anderem dank robuster Wirtschaftsdaten aus Deutschland

    MUNICH (July 24, 2018) — LaSalle Investment Management („LaSalle“), der weltweit führende Investmentmanager im Immobilienbereich, ist für den Immobilienmarkt in Kontinentaleuropa weiterhin optimistisch – obwohl sich im ersten Halbjahr 2018 einige negative Einflussfaktoren bemerkbar gemacht haben. Das ist umso bemerkenswerter, da sich die Aussichten vor Jahresbeginn bereits auf einem Allzeithoch befanden. Doch die positiven Effekte überwiegen, der Immobiliensektor ist gesund. Zu dieser Einschätzung kommt der strategische Halbjahres-Investment-Bericht („Investment Strategy Annual, ISA) 2018 von LaSalle.
  • July 24, 2018

    L'appétit pour l'investissement immobilier européen va rester soutenu

    PARIS (July 24, 2018) — L'ISA semestriel de LaSalle (Investment Strategy Annual) examine les tendances d'investissement à travers le monde et présente les meilleures opportunités d’investissements à venir. Selon cette nouvelle édition de l’ISA, l'année 2018 devrait être caractérisée par une croissance économique soutenue dans la zone euro et les fondamentaux de l'immobilier devraient continuer à être favorisés par cette conjoncture. Les secteurs des bureaux et de la logistique devraient notamment bénéficier de faibles taux de vacance et de la croissance des loyers.
  • July 24, 2018

    UK real estate defies predictions of post-Brexit blues, according to LaSalle mid-year ISA

    LONDON (July 24, 2018) — The UK real estate market continues to exceed the expectations set in the aftermath of the country’s Brexit vote, driven by an abundance of liquidity, opportunities in urban logistics and factors such as the demand for serviced office space in London.  Meanwhile across the rest of Europe, real estate fundamentals continue to be supported by capital inflows and improved demand, with office and logistics markets posting strong rental growth.
  • July 24, 2018

    Stimmung im Immobiliensktor in Kontinentaleuropa bleibt dank überwiegend robuster Wirtschaftsdaten positiv

    ZURICH (July 24, 2018) — LaSalle Investment Management („LaSalle“), der weltweit führende Investmentmanager im Immobilienbereich, ist für den Immobilienmarkt in Kontinentaleuropa weiterhin optimistisch – obwohl sich im ersten Halbjahr 2018 einige negative Einflussfaktoren bemerkbar gemacht haben. Das ist umso bemerkenswerter, da sich die Aussichten vor Jahresbeginn bereits auf einem Allzeithoch befanden. Doch die positiven Effekte überwiegen, der Immobiliensektor ist gesund. Zu dieser Einschätzung kommt der strategische Halbjahres-Investment-Bericht („Investment Strategy Annual, ISA) 2018 von LaSalle.

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