Europe’s New Build Residential Supply
Safe bet in the late cycle?
Bottled up residential supply and demand across Europe’s cities are seemingly keeping most investors and developers up at night. Even so, the low yielding environment and risk exposure fears in the late cycle have not stopped institutional investors buying up land earmarked for new build rental and mixed use developments. The evidence of uptake is especially clear in UK, Spain, Italy, Netherlands and Germany.
And yet, questions remain; is this new found optimism for an institutional rental asset class in keeping with long term demographic trends, price points and market demand? Are trending new residential assets such as luxury mid-market, co-living, micro living and aparthotels creating too much instability for traditional assets? Is there enough product innovation to satisfy demand and invest to scale or are these new trends just a passing fad and unable to establish themselves as a core asset class?
Now in its 2nd year, the GRI Residential Europe is a conference where select senior developers, operators and REITs are able to connect with private and institutional real estate leaders, investors, asset owners, direct lenders and fund managers in order to develop business friendships and find new opportunities.
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