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European cities

Overview

A city-based real estate opportunity that seeks to deliver defensive stable income return, diversification and capital growth.

Key features
  • Targets assets in European cities that we believe are best positioned for demographic and structural growth
  • Focuses on investments with structural performance drivers across all real estate sectors
  • Leverages our extensive pan-European on-the-ground local resources for transaction and asset management expertise

By combining our Research team’s city-focused approach, with the deep market insight and expertise of our European investment and asset management teams, we are strongly positioned to execute this strategy.

— Andrew Rich, Fund Manager, Real Estate, Europe
Properties portfolio
Housing
Campus

Denmark

178,000 sq ft  |  16,500 sq m

ACQUIRED :

Aug 2020

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Why cities?

Our expertise
Our proprietary analysis of more than 4,000 cities has identified the top 2% of those cities that we believe are best positioned to benefit from global megatrends.
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A word on risk


Real estate investments are subject to various risks, including fluctuations in property values, higher expenses or lower income than expected, and potential environmental problems and liability. Please consider all risks carefully prior to investing in any particular strategy. The portfolio’s concentration in the real estate sector makes it subject to greater risk and volatility than other portfolios that are more diversified and its value may be substantially affected by economic events in the real estate industry. economic events in the real estate industry. International investing involves risks, including risks related to foreign currency, limited liquidity particularly where the underlying asset comprises real estate, less government regulation in some jurisdictions, and the possibility of substantial volatility due to adverse political, economic or other developments.