Harrison Street has entered into an agreement with the Illinois Institute of Technology to operate, manage and redevelop the university’s on-campus utility system, strengthening its public-private partnership (P3) infrastructure strategy.
CBRE arranged a $180 million financing for the development of a state-of-the-art life sciences facility at 101 College Street in New Haven, Connecticut by Harrison Street and Winstanley Enterprises.
A whole new real estate investing segment focused on “healthy” buildings is emerging from the market’s Covid-19 troubles, but first investors need to agree on how exactly to define it.
Harrison Street has acquired a significant minority interest in dark fiber and bandwidth provider Summit Infrastructure Group.
Carolyn Arida, Director and Head of Utilities at Harrison Street, discusses current renewable and decarbonization trends in the market, risks that should be considered when evaluating renewables investments and new opportunities in the clean asset space.
June 2021Harrison Street Announces $1.6 Billion in Transformational Medical Office and Senior Housing Transactions
Highly Complex Transactions Comprising 40 Properties Across Eight States and Multiple Counterparties Highlights Harrison Street’s Sector Expertise, Deep Relationships, and Execution Ability
Moda’s new Edinburgh development has become the first residential scheme in Europe to attain a Fitwel 3 Star Rating healthy building certification.
Harrison Street discusses the resiliency of the European life sciences sector. Bolstered by support from government funding, the European life sciences market makes an attractive opportunity for real estate investment across the continent
June 2021The Pandemic Trips up the PERE 100
This year’s real estate survey shows investors holding firm with their pre-pandemic allocations and strategies. Richard Lowe & Rachel Fixsen report.
Harrison Street and Trinity Investment Management’s UK life sciences real estate venture has acquired BioCity Group as part of a £120m (€138m) deal.