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    Intel Apr. 2021 Adjacent Spaces: Opportunities in student accommodation, senior living and short term rentals

    INtel by Hospitality Insights

    Your bimonthly supplement digging deep into major hospitality trends

    Welcome to the April edition of INtel. In this issue, we’re going to look in-depth at Adjacent Spaces. 

    Over the last few years several sub-sectors within, and near to, hospitality have emerged and investors who had focused exclusively on hospitality are now looking further afield.

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    As we review the latest financial results from the global hotel brands, who may be in the best position for recovery following results season? "Accor are always interesting as they're not afraid to try new things but Marriott and Choice have the strength of their brands on their side. Hyatt may be one to watch in terms of acquisitions." How can hotels position themselves and really innovate in the virtual event space? And this week's guest Laura Brinkman, VP Private Equity at Brookifeld Asset management, sat down with Alexi Khajavi to talk about asset managing through the crisis and the strength of their various asset classes. Student housing in particular has been a robust sector in the past, lean in for Brinkman's view on this.  Not to be missed!
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    Scandic Hotels Group said that it was turning to students and coworking to drive additional revenue.
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    With the traditional hotel investment moving into the mainstream, investors looking for greater returns have shown themselves prepared to take greater risks and look on the periphery, at what has become known as ‘adjacent spaces’.
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    Ivanhoé Cambridge and Bouwinvest Real Estate Investors’ have partnered with Greystar Real Estate Partners to invest €1bn to develop student and young professional housing in the Greater Paris region
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    Investors in the sector were looking to distress, but also to businesses which had strong models when deciding where to spend, according to the Urban Living webinar on investor sentiment.
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    Edinburgh, Glasgow and Manchester were amongst the European cities well positioned for performance recovery, according to CBRE.