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Infrastructure, Hotels & Mixed Business | Europe


Britain’s vote was just the kick in the pants the Ireland’s hoteliers needed.


U.S. real estate investor Ashkenazy Acquisition Corp. has acquired the Grosvenor House hotel in London, helping resolve an imbroglio that kept ownership of the famed properties in limbo for three years.


The hotel will use an unusual exterior design to provide its guests the security and tranquility they desire from the city's bustling streets


Tottenham Hotspur Football Club will open a new 180 bedroom, upscale hotel within the Club’s new stadium project.


Hardly any other industry has been under as much pressure in recent years as the private hotel industry in Vienna.


Like paintings and sculptures, buildings can be beautiful works of art.


The market in the Russian capital is still riding strong, gaining volume of rooms sold in most segments and rates in some.


Following a slump in 2016, hotels in Milan are almost back on par with the hugely successful top and bottom line performance in 2015 when the city was flooded with visitors due to EXPO Milano.


The opening of Berlin Brandenburg Airport has been delayed for years. For investors, it is a cautionary tale about tying one’s fortunes to a prestigious but troubled project.


France's fourth largest city is finally set to grow vertically as Toulouse will soon have its first-ever skyscraper.


Paris has reached the top of Colliers International’s inaugural Hotel Investment Attractiveness Index, an analysis of the investment climate of 20 European cities, despite predictions that investors and tourists would lose faith in the city due to political uncertainty and the perceived threat following various national security breaches.


Castellum and The European Investment Bank (EIB) have signed a €75 million loan for the financing of two “Nearly-zero-energy-buildings” (NZEB) in Sweden.


Hotels in Eastern Europe are benefitting from tough times in Western Europe with room values in the region seeing an impressive 11% average growth, according to the 2017 European Hotel Valuation Index (HVI) published this week by global hotel consultancy HVS.


The sale of Blanchardstown Shopping Centre to US investment giant Blackstone for €945m was Ireland’s most expensive single property deal ever, according to research released today by BNP Paribas Real Estate, one of Ireland’s leading commercial property agents.


Tristan Capital Partners and The Lotus Group recently acquired two of Northern Ireland’s largest outlet parks in an investment deal that sees The OUTLET and Junction One under the same ownership.


The German asset management firm DekaBank, is in exclusive negotiations to acquire the Burlington Hotel in Dublin, Ireland from Blackstone Group.


The Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) will expand its presence in Germany. The hotel chain has already realised 64 hotels on the map, according to IHG 33 are already in the pipeline, to which also the five new locations of the brands Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Express belong, for which the contracts have been signed recently.


Construction rising in Noord, city’s fastest-growing district
Hipsters, office workers brave increasingly crowded ferries


With developers eager for a slice of Phnom Penh pie, is the city’s growth spurt too quick?


European hotel investment transaction volumes totalled €6,885 billion in the first half (H1) of the year, a decline in deal volumes of 41% year-on-year (Y-o-Y) and in line with the slow-down across all mainstream European commercial property transactions in Q2 of 2016, according to the latest data from CBRE.