Showing Results for tag: student accommendation

Scape and APG team up for PBSA joint venture

News Story / 23 February 2021

UK: Student living firm Scape and investment group APG have agreed a £500 million joint venture that will develop and operate student accommodation schemes.

Ascott Residence Trust makes first US PBSA play

News Story / 28 January 2021

US: Singapore-listed Ascott Residence Trust has made its first foray into the US student housing market with the acquisition of an Atlanta property for $95 million.

Barings makes move in to PBSA market

News Story / 22 January 2021

UK: Barings has made its first European PBSA investment in a £43.8 million deal to forward fund the development assets in London and Manchester.

Crosstree makes first PBSA move

News Story / 09 December 2020

UK: Crosstree Real Estate has made its first move into the student accommodation sector with the £55 million purchase of an asset in north-east London.

Unite acquires £150 million London site

News Story / 23 November 2020

UK: Student accommodation provider Unite Students has acquired an 800-bed development site in London's Paddington neighbourhood.

Fletcher takes the helm at Fresh

News Story / 29 October 2020

UK: BTR and PBSA developer Watkin Jones has appointed Jeremy Fletcher as CEO of its property management business Fresh Property group.

Nuveen acquires Copenhagen PBSA project

News Story / 21 July 2020

Denmark: Nuveen Real Estate's €2 billion European Cities fund has made a €100 million forward commitment to acquire a student accommodation development in Copenhagen.

Trio team up for €1 billion Paris venture

News Story / 23 June 2020

France: Ivanhoé Cambridge and Bouwinvest Real Estate Investors alongside Greystar Real Estate Partners have launched a new venture focused on funding purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) and young professional accommodation in the Greater Paris Region.

Watkins Jones reopens BTR and student housing sites

News Story / 19 May 2020

UK: BTR and student housing developer Watkins Jones says most of its UK construction sites are now operating at 75 per cent of normal capacity, following the restarting of work after the coronavirus lockdown.

Orange Capital acquires Utrecht apartments

News Story / 15 May 2020

Netherlands: Dutch real estate firm Orange Capital has acquired 173 student and residential apartments from a KKR and Round Hill Capital partnership.

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