November 28, 2022

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Reserved leasing brings occupancy at Oxford Street premises to 96% let or under offer
Skanska makes internal €55m divestment of Swedish office
Rolex to develop €1bn factory in western Switzerland 
Aviva hangs £10m price tag on Broadway
CIT to cash in chips on £450m Vinegar Yard
Hines makes £100m logistics raid on funds
Energy crisis prompts landlords to rethink vacant space
Derek Quinlan files for bankruptcy
Gove pulls £1m funding from housing association following mould-related death 
London property slump could provide opportunity for healthcare investment
Fashion brand to open 20,000 sq ft Oxford Street flagship
CBRE’s London investment head steps down
US hedge fund closes £75m shopping centre double deal
Biggest asset in UK’s largest retail fund primed for £150m sale
Asif Aziz makes London investment market return
Avison Young offers voluntary redundancy to UK staff
Derek Quinlan files for bankruptcy
Shell turns down opals and pearls after aborting £600m fund sell-off
Frogmore’s head of asset management departs for the Crown Estate
Hines makes £100m logistics raid on funds
Korean investor considers options for €550m pan-European logistics portfolio
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