The full-year debt market report reveals a remarkable recovery in UK real estate financing activity on the back of a rebound in investment.
The Miami-headquartered investment firm’s mezzanine loan, provided to Shiva Hotels, finances a portfolio of five-star assets.
European real estate investment activity rebounded in 2021 after the pandemic suppressed the market during the previous year. Our eighth annual awards highlights those in the property debt industry that have grasped the opportunity.
Starwood and King Street’s backing of the Hotel Danieli in Venice suggests international debt providers have faith in Italy’s trophy hospitality assets.
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The refinancing of a portfolio of prime assets in France and Belgium demonstrates the lender’s belief in parts of the retail market, argues its head of European debt, Roland Fuchs.
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Ben Eppley, the US firm’s head of property debt in Europe, says the transitional financing is representative of Apollo’s recent lending.
The property business of the German insurance giant closed a $234m loan in the US healthcare property sector in August.
The covid crisis has tempered issuance this year. But lenders are hopeful the market will revive as the US emerges from social restrictions imposed due to the pandemic.