APAM in the news: Simon Cooke from APAM comments in this Guardian article on the decline of Nicholson's shopping centre in Theresa May's constituency of Maidenhead.
APAM comments in this Finacial Times article on the insolvency of a Maidenhead shopping centre owned by private equity.
Following APAM's acquisition of OneSixty Dundee Street, Edinburgh earlier in the year, we are pleased to welcome Alpha Data Capital Systems Ltd as a new tenant to the building.
APAM has bought 38 Cadogan Street, a 40,000 sq ft office building in Glasgow’s central business district, from LaSalle Investment Management for £7.3m.
The first of it’s kind in the UK, this structure is a multi-functional and flexible space for creative collaboration, corporate meetings, and social events. The unique project was designed by architects tp bennett on behalf of APAM and Patron Capital and aims to demonstrate the new age of business parks.
With the retail sector undergoing the greatest shift seen in decades, Place North West was joined at the Future of Retail event by expert speakers to explore the current state of the market, occupier trends, and the technology set to define the future of shopping.
APAM is attending Expo with our strategic partner Catella. Joining forces with Catella in March marked the start of an exciting new chapter in APAM's [...]
APAM is pleased to share that Daniel, Head of Shopping Centre Asset Management, is participating in the Place North West panel discussion the “Future of [...]
The UK retail sector may be in crisis, but amid the challenges lenders can still find opportunities.
More than 200 shopping centres worth around £7bn may be in danger of breaching debt covenants and falling into administration or receivership if their owners cannot secure fresh equity for refinancing and "much-needed redevelopment", warns asset management firm APAM.