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Gerald D. Hines

Founder and Chairman

Jeffrey C. Hines

President and Chief Executive Officer

Sherri Schugart

Senior Managing Director/CEO


Korea's Hana signs €120m sale-leaseback near Frankfurt with Commerzbank

South Korean wealth manager Hana Financial has signed to acquire an office building in Eschborn near Frankfurt for €120m in a sale-leaseback deal with Germany’s Commerzbank. The Seoul-based group, (...)


Strabag's Züblin unit wins €80m contract to build 665-unit Berlin resi complex

The building firm Züblin, part of the Vienna-based Strabag group, has won an €80m contract to construct a complex of 11 residential buildings offering 665 units in (...)


Hines’ new European value-add fund could invest up to €1.8bn

Live from Expo Real (Munich) - US-based Hines could invest up to €1.8bn in with its new value-add Hines European Value Fund, which recently raised equity (...)


Hines commits over €300m to European office in Berlin, Barcelona

Texas-based real estate giant Hines has committed over €300m to European real estate in the last week, acquiring the Zalando headquarters in Berlin for a price (...)


Warsaw office vacancy falls to lowest in five years at 10.3% - Cresa

Warsaw’s office vacancy rate, one of the highest in Europe a couple of years ago, fell in first quarter to its lowest in five years at (...)


Berlin Sony Center an attractive buy even if not a 10% yield - ULI Europe Conf.

Berlin's Sony Center will not yield the 10% that Canada's Oxford Properties usually targets in real estate but was nonetheless an attractive purchase due to the city's growth (...)


Italian housing unlikely to benefit from rising RE investment interest - Morri

Interest in Italian real estate investment is growing, but housing is unlikely to benefit since returns are too low, says Giacomo Morri, professor of Real Estate (...)


Berlin’s Sony Center: N. American weight of capital outweighs even Korean

If anyone still doubts if European commercial property yields will fall further it’s certainly not Oxford Properties and New York-based Madison who last month signed to pay €1.1bn (...)