Amelia Beattie

Positive interim results from Liberty Two Degrees despite weak economy

Retail-focused Liberty Two Degrees (JSE:L2D), posted commendable results for the six months to June 2019, despite weak consumer sentiment.

Liberty Two Degrees attains REIT status, bulks up asset base

Liberty Two Degrees (JSE:L2D), the owners of flagship Sandton City, Eastgate Shopping Centre and Melrose Arch, says it had converted to a Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit), and significantly "bulked up" its asset base.

Liberty Two Degrees' resilience rides out the storm

Liberty Two Degrees (L2D), which owns some of SA’s premium shopping centres, says its iconic asset portfolio and strategy to actively manage its precincts will enable it to remain resilient during the tough South African economic climate.

Liberty vehicle looks to eateries

New restaurant tenants form the thrust of its strategy in weak economic environment, says CEO Amelia Beattie

Liberty Two Degrees debuts on the JSE, raises R3.8bn

Liberty Two Degrees (JSE: L2D), which owns Sandton City with Pareto Limited, today listed on the main board of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) — in the “Diversified REITs” sector.

Liberty Holdings gears to list property assets as a REIT on JSE

Life insurer, Liberty Holdings Ltd (JSE:LBH), which co-owns the vibrant Sandton City with Pareto Limited, says it plans to list part of its property assets on the JSE as a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) by end of this year.

Watershed year for South African Women in Real Estate

South African women are having a bigger effect in the male-dominated property world than ever before, slowly giving men a real run for their money, says Ortneil Kutama, SA Commercial Prop News Media Director.

Stanlib gets thumbs up to launch Kenya’s first Real Estate Investment Trust

The adoption of the Real Estate Investment Trust (REITs) structure in Kenya, which is recognized in most of the key property markets internationally, has received regulatory approval from Kenyan Authorities.

Research uncovering opportunities in SA's shifting retail landscape

The landscape of shopping centres in South Africa is adapting to cater for customers’ changing wants and how those customers believe those wants will be met.

Changing face of shopping centres

The traditional shopping centre model turns its head, according to indicators emerging from research covering 2-million square metres of retail space across SA.

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