6 Property Plays by Major Institutional Investors in Late Jan

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According to the Sovereign Wealth Fund Transaction Database, which tracks public investor transactions, for some reason an unusual number of institutional investors are buying core properties in January. TIAA-CREF is in final talks to pay US$ 200 million for 837 Washington Street, a boutique office and retail building in Manhattan. The sellers are Taconic Investment Partners and Thor Equities. The building is leased by Samsung.

#1 Temasek Holdings Key Investor for London’s Pinnacle Development

Heading to London, Singapore’s Temasek Holdings is a key institutional investor behind a deal to purchase the freehold interest at 22-24 Bishopsgate site from SEDCO, Wafra and Arab Investments for £220 million. In addition, £550 million will have to be committed to build the Pinnacle development. Axa Real Estate is representing the consortium of investors that includes Temasek Holdings. CBRE assisted with the sale.

#2 Canadian Pension Buys Portfolio of Multi-family Properties in San Francisco

Ivanhoé Cambridge, a unit of Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ), acquired a portfolio of eleven U.S. multi-family properties. Ivanhoé Cambridge bought these properties with San Francisco-based Veritas Investments, Inc. for US$ 190 million. The properties are located in San Francisco, California. The Veritas-Ivanhoé Cambridge joint venture, which started in August 2014, will now have 20 assets in their portfolio. The initial investment for the JV consisted of nine properties for a preliminary investment of nearly US$ 50 million.

#3 APG Signs Deal to Form Student Housing JV in Australia

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