Welcome to the age of the chameleon shopping centre. It’s one of the themes in the current retail environment, according to indicators emerging from research covering the assets of top South African property funds.

South Africa’s most prestigious shopping centres are joining more than a billion people across 178 countries in an unprecedented wave of support for the urgent need to address climate change.

SA’s listed property sector continues to feed investor appetite, having raised about R153bn in the past six years.

Liberty Two Degrees plans to make significant acquisitions as early as the first quarter of 2017 as it looks to provide strong returns in a slow economy.

Liberty Two Degrees successfully listed on the Main Board of the JSE, in the “Diversified REITs” sector, earlier this morning under the abbreviated name: “Liberty2D”, [JSE code: L2D] in a landmark listing for the Liberty Group.

Monday, 28 November 2016 22:36

Liberty Two Degrees unit settles for manco

Liberty will be managed by an external management company, manco, following its listing in December.

Liberty whose investments include the iconic Sandton City – “the richest square mile in Africa” – announces its intention to list a portion of its premium property portfolio on the JSE as a Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT), to be called Liberty Two Degrees before the end of 2016.

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