European Alternative Investment Outlook 2020 Moxy Amsterdam Houthavens, 9th floor, Room: "Get work done", Danzigerkade 175, Amsterdam, 1013 AP, Netherlands | 15:00 - 18:00
Alternative sectors and niche products are becoming increasingly popular with real estate investors looking for income-producing assets. Student housing has already matured as an asset class and it is now increasingly combined with co-living, mixing students with young professionals who are both interested in shared spaces and living in a community.
The constant growth in the number of tourists travelling to Europe has made hotels a favourite target, but the most successful initiatives are hybrid models that combine hospitality with residential and target not just tourists but also business people and young professionals. In a fast-evolving and rapidly growing market, different models are emerging for different customer sets. Millennials' increased mobility across European cities has led to the emergence of a crossover between lifestyle hotels and extended stay, that caters for millennials who might be travelling for a few days or spending a few months on an assignment in a different city. These hybrid models are on investors' wishlist but they must be understood and rely on having good operators.
Come to this time-efficient briefing, listen to the views of market experts and get to ask your own questions.
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