EQT Real Estate II closes at EUR 1bn hard cap

  • EQT Real Estate II surpasses its target size of EUR 750 million by 33 percent following strong support from both new and existing international blue-chip investors

  • EQT Real Estate II follows a thematic investment approach focusing on high-conviction, value-add investment opportunities primarily in the logistics and residential real estate sectors

  • The Fund benefits from EQT Real Estate’s “local with locals” approach with 25 professionals based in EQT’s offices in London, Stockholm, Madrid, Milan and Paris

STOCKHOLM, Oct. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — EQT is pleased to announce that the EQT Real Estate II fund (the “Fund”) has held its final close at its hard cap of EUR 1 billion in fee-paying assets under management. Demand from both existing and new investors was robust, with commitments into the Fund coming from a diversified group of investors across Europe, the Nordics, Asia, North America and the Middle

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Cape Coral military museum closes Wednesday. New homes needed for artifacts, vet services

After 11 years, the Southwest Florida Military Museum & Library will close its doors Wednesday in Cape Coral.



a man holding a wine glass: Ralph Santillo, center, leads guests in the Pledge of Allegiance, Tuesday, Sept. 29, as staff and volunteers hosted their final luncheon for veterans at the museum. The Southwest Florida Military Museum and Library will be closing Wednesday, September 30, 2020 after a bitter dispute with its former business partner. Now its organizers are figuring out what to do next, including possibly finding a new space.


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Ralph Santillo, center, leads guests in the Pledge of Allegiance, Tuesday, Sept. 29, as staff and volunteers hosted their final luncheon for veterans at the museum. The Southwest Florida Military Museum and Library will be closing Wednesday, September 30, 2020 after a bitter dispute with its former business partner. Now its organizers are figuring out what to do next, including possibly finding a new space.

“It’s just the end of the road,” says founder and CEO Ralph Santillo. “That’s it.”

The closure comes after a financial dispute with the museum’s former business partner, which owns the building and had wanted the museum to pay $5,000 a month in rent, which would go up to $8,000 next year. Until recently, the museum wasn’t required

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Southbound lanes of Florida’s Turnpike reopen after gas pipe explosion closes highway

GREENACRES – Southbound lanes on Florida’s Turnpike reopened near Lake Worth Road on Thursday evening after closing hours earlier when a gas pipe ruptured, authorities said.



A gas line running parallel to the Florida turnpike ruptured Thursday morning near the Lake Worth Road in Greenacres, Florida on September 24, 2020. The turnpike was shut down in both directions and residents were asked to shelter in place. (Greg Lovett / The Palm Beach Post)


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A gas line running parallel to the Florida turnpike ruptured Thursday morning near the Lake Worth Road in Greenacres, Florida on September 24, 2020. The turnpike was shut down in both directions and residents were asked to shelter in place. (Greg Lovett / The Palm Beach Post)

The incident also closed Lake Worth Road in both directions. The east-west road remained closed as of 5 p.m., clogging traffic on other roads in central Palm Beach County.

At 9:50 a.m., crews responded to a busted gas line running parallel to the turnpike by the Lake Worth Road exit, according to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue Capt. Albert Borroto said.

Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Yanko Reyes said the ruptured

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Gas leak closes Florida’s Turnpike to traffic near Lake Worth Road


A busted gas pipe near Florida’s Turnpike has authorities diverting traffic at Southern Boulevard as crews work on the scene Thursday morning.

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UPDATE: Fire Rescue has lifted the shelter-in-place advisory as gas readings within a one-half mile affected area are at zero.

As of 1 p.m., the roadways remain closed. 

GREENACRES – Both directions of Florida’s Turnpike are closed to traffic near Lake Worth Road as crews work on a broken gas pipe, authorities said Thursday morning.

At 9:50 a.m., crews responded to a ruptured gas line running parallel to the turnpike by the Lake Worth Road exit, according to Palm Beach County Fire Rescue Capt. Albert Borroto said.

There is no fire at this time, but residents in the area were told to shelter in place as authorities worked the scene. 

Florida Highway Patrol Lt. Yanko Reyes said authorities are diverting traffic as 

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