An Article on the EG by Global Apartment Advisors CEO David Woodward on “Why rent control in London would do more harm than good ”
Financial Crisis Yields a Generation of Renters - The Wall Street Journal
27th July 2019
“Is U.S.-Style Multifamily America’s Next Big Export?” - David Woodward and other multifamily industry leaders share their thoughts on America’s next big export.
Article on Multifamily Executive 19th February 2019 // US
An Article by Global Apartment Advisors CEO David Woodward on “Insights from Global Markets for Australian Build to Rent”
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Global Apartment Advisors CEO David Woodward will be the Keynote Speaker at the upcoming BTR Conference in Sydney, Australia - Driving Growth & Investment in Build to Rent
Conference Scheduled for 19th & 20th February 2019 // Sydney Australia
David Woodward, Global Apartment Advisors' CEO, will be speaking on Multifamily, PRS, Build to Rent, condos, BTS and giving an overview of how these asset classes changed over the years. Mr. Woodward will focus on the key drivers behind BTR and the similarities and differences of BTR in Australia to other BTR sectors.
Global Apartment Advisors CEO David Woodward discusses the Multifamily Global Capital Activity which drives overseas opportunities for U.S Developers BTR
Article on Multifamily Executive 24th November 2018 // US
Global Apartment Advisors CEO David Woodward will be speaking on the 13th of September at ULI Europe Real Estate Forum in Dublin about how technology helps making housing more affordable by looking at best practices and innovations from around the world.
ULI Forum Scheduled for 13th September 2018 // Dublin Ireland
Global Apartment Advisors CEO David Woodward Scheduled to Speak at Inaugural Built-to Rent Conference
Conference Scheduled for 30 October 2017 // Sydney Australia
David Woodward, Global Apartment Advisors' CEO, is scheduled to speak at the inaugural Build-to-Rent Conference on 30 October 2017 in Sydney, hosted by informa. In his presentation, Mr. Woodward will provide an examination of examples from the American industry that are unlocking the power of multi-family occupancy.
Buil-to-Rent Closer to Reality in NSW
Property Council of Australia // 11 August 2017
During an address to the Property Council of Australia’s NSW August Business lunch NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet announced the establishment of a working group to assess the viability of establishing a ‘build-to-rent’ asset class in NSW.
Estates Gazette // 20 May 2017 // By Alexander Peace
Quintain has appointed the former global head of multifamily housing at US giant Brookfield to advise on the development of its 5,000 home PRS scheme in Wembley, north London. David Woodward will sit on Quintain’s advisory board alongside Ricky Burdett and Sir David Higgins, who are responsible for design and placemaking, respectively.
First 'multi-family' apartment tower to go ahead
Sydney Morning Herald // 3 May 2017 // By Simon Johanson
A private developer is set to build Australia's first "multi-family housing" apartment complex, a model where it keeps ownership of the entire building and leases out the units on a long-term basis, up to 10 years, to tenants.
The Australian // 11 May 2017 // By Ben Wilmot
Mirvac Group has emerged at the vanguard of the local push into the multi-family apartment sector and has met advisers to the powerful superannuation sector as it looks to steal a march on its competitors in the field.
PropertyWeek.com // 11 May 2017 // By Samuel Horti
The UK’s build-to-rent (BTR) sector is expected to enjoy exponential growth over the coming years. Knight Frank estimates that £25bn has been invested in the nascent sector to date and forecasts that this will increase to £70bn by 2022.
Greystar Names First China and Australian Heads
PERE // 12 April 2017 // By Arshiya Khullar
The US multifamily operator and Macquarie Capital’s Asia-Pacific rental housing platform has appointed former JLL and Vanke China executives to lead in Australia and China respectively Greystar Asia-Pac, the 50:50 joint venture platform established between Macquarie Capital and Greystar Real Estate Partners to facilitate the US multifamily operator’s foray into Asia, has appointed two key executives for its expansion.
Lendlease plan for 240,000 UK units
The Australian I 27 March 2017
Lendlease has got the jump on rival Westfield by a setting up a £1 billion ($1.64bn) apartment fund in London where a host of developers will launch schemes in the rapidly maturing sector. Lendlease is looking to capitalise on rising institutional interest in the area which is predicted to deliver around 15,000 new homes per year in Britain in the period to 2030.
Building.co.uk // 24 March 2017 // By Louise Dransfield
Developer Quintain is lining up contractors for starts on several projects at its Wembley Park scheme, after announcing plans to accelerate construction on the 85-acre North-west London development last month.
Estates Gazette // 2 February 2017 // By Alexander Peace
Quintain is to create London’s next “great estate” by building the entirety of Wembley Park for the rental market. The developer, which was taken over by US private equity giant Lone Star in 2015, plans to hold and rent 5,000 homes at the development, which will have an income of £150m each year. In an unheard of expansion in construction speeds, it will be finished by 2024, with work to begin on 3,000 homes by the end of 2017.