Publication

Investing in Living & Hospitality, EMEA

The first half of 2021 has shown that over a third of direct real estate investment has been into Living sectors with a promising H2 ahead.

October 11, 2021
Contributors:
  • Jeremy Eddy
  • Gemma Kendall
  • Julia Martin
  • John Gladstone
  • Will Duffey
  • Dan Jones
  • Andrew Hornblower
  • Tom Upton
  • Dana Salbak
  • Jessica Jahns

The last 18 months has challenged us all. But now, in the autumn of 2021, we can plan to move forward with greater optimism and celebrate what we have achieved over the period. Covid-19 has stressed the Living & Hospitality sectors in different and disparate ways. The macro themes of population growth and urbanisation, which have and will continue to drive the Living sector to the top of the agenda for investors, have been stress-tested over the last 18 months and have proven resilient and defensive.

The hotel sector has been buffeted by the prolonged pandemic, but we are confident of the rebound over the coming months and we provide some great insight into how best to navigate the way forward.

The first of its kind, ‘Investing in Living’ aims to demonstrate how we can move from adversity to opportunity, highlighting some of the evolving themes and landmark transactions.

If you would like to listen to a recent podcast from our Head of Living & Hospitality, Jeremy Eddy on the Living sector, please scroll to the bottom of this page, or click here to listen.

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