This feature rounds up recent property news from S&P Global Market Intelligence's covered companies and highlights larger deal coverage already published.
* Industrial real estate developer and asset manager Chancerygate is set to build a 13-unit, 120,500-square-foot warehousing project on the 5.4-acre Edgington Way site that it acquired from Tesco PLC in Sidcup. The company is currently building 580,000 square feet of industrial space across seven projects and plans to bring 1.7 million square feet of additional space to the market.
* Panther Securities PLC raised the sale price of the Holloway Head property in Birmingham to about £11.3 million and received an additional deposit of £500,000 for the deal. The company expects to receive the full remaining £9.5 million balance on the Aug. 31 settlement of the transaction.
* A Fabege AB-led consortium has partnered with the Huddinge Municipality to transform central Flemingsberg into an international business and research district over the next 10 years. The regeneration of the Stockholm suburb is considered to be one of the largest projects in Sweden, according to a release.
* Arcona Property Fund NV, through Arcona Capital Poland, launched the TUZ TUZ brand for convenience shopping retail projects across Poland, with a first site of about 2,500 square meters set to open in Piotrków Trybunalski. The company has hired Savills to manage the initial project.
Great Portland Estates sells London property for £127M
Denmark's largest commercial pension fund buys more than €1B of German RE
Report: Patrizia subsidiary Triuva to invest €400M in Frankfurt property
Raven Property to acquire Moscow warehouse for 2.45B rubles
Brockton JV sells 3 buildings in Thames Valley, UK, for £285M
Joyce Guevarra contributed to this report.