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Rockspring completes c. €400 million of disposals for TransEuropean V Apr 2018

Just under 85% of the Fund has now been liquidated with gross headline performance currently trending at just under 23.5% pa (1.8x equity multiple)

Rockspring completes disposal of Le Mirage office building, Utrecht Apr 2018

The successful lettings programme at Le Mirage includes the completion of five new leases in Q3 and Q4 2017, totalling 3,358 sqm across five floors.

Rockspring sells Leeds office building to Mayfair Capital for £37.2 million Feb 2018

6 Queen Street was speculatively developed by Rockspring who acquired the site in 2014 to take advantage of strong occupier demand for Grade A office space in a chronically undersupplied market.

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A thousand days in Berlin Apr 2017

In the early 1990s Berlin was a city fizzing with energy after 30 years of being divided by the Wall. It was also a magnet for some of the greatest pioneers in the real estate business, who saw a chance to shape the new German capital.

Similar but not the same Apr 2016

After a couple of years of strong real estate returns in Europe and record low yields in prime property, there is a slight sense of déjà vu. Achievable returns on transactions at current yields are not dissimilar to those underwritten in 2007. And this has raised some concerns — does this mean that we are back in 2007? Is this the beginning of a new crisis?

No bubble, no crash Jan 2016

The European real estate market in 2015 looks exciting. The economic recovery is picking up, total returns have been very strong over the previous two years and a growing number of markets are reaching record-low yields. Is this going to lead to a price stabilisation, a correction, a slump or maybe a crash?