10 October 2021

Evergrande: the canary in the coal mine

Evergrande completed a 11th hour payment to US dollar-denominated bondholders, witing the $83.5 million today (Friday) 24 hours before the property developer would have fallen into default.
30 August 2021

BTR new entrants align megatrends and social value with interest rate hedge

A swathe of new entrants have flocked to the build-to-rent (BTS) sector since the onset of the pandemic, as more institutional capital aligns major investment bets with long-term megatrends and societal value. 
15 June 2021

Creating innovation clusters is part-art, part-science

The life science industry has undergone a remarkable expansion and maturity worldwide in the last decade.
19 April 2021

Retail’s future will be anchored by social value

The next phase of retail’s evolution will be shaped by the big structural trends: public health and safety, demographics, climate change and technology.
22 January 2021

Technology has accelerated the maturity of senior living

Technology has accelerated the transformation of the UK’s senior living sector.
14 October 2020

What students want: a sentiment survey amid the pandemic

The student experience, from lifestyle to learning, has been drastically changed by the coronavirus pandemic.
11 September 2020

Living sector investing during the pandemic cycle

The reverberations of the Covid-19 pandemic will be felt throughout real estate markets long after a successful vaccine defeats the virus.
21 November 2019

OM5G: The impact on real estate

Addleshaw Goddard’s OM5G report considers different spheres within the real estate universe and some of the likely consequences within cities.