Partners Group, the global private markets investment manager, has this quarter agreed to invest in two real estate portfolios in Europe on behalf of its clients, comprising eleven residential properties in Italy and eleven office assets in Poland. The properties have a gross asset value of €500 million and a combined leasable area of 170,000 sqm.
Evax Holding GmbH, a company owned by Peter Korbačka’s Eurovea Services, has purchased 3,836,988 shares of S Immo AG, corresponding to a 5.21% stake, from Etamin GmbH & Co KG. The transaction, which took place on 12 November, has made the Slovak businessman the third largest shareholder in the Austrian company.
On 3 December 2020, GTC’s subsidiary, GTC Real Estate Development Hungary Zrt., issued 792 pieces of senior unsecured bonds, with the nominal value of HUF 50 million each and the total value of HUF 39.6 billion (approximately €110 million). The bonds will be fully guaranteed by GTC S.A.
Cordia International Zrt. has announced a public tender offer to acquire the remaining approximately 7,08% of shares in Polnord SA. The goal is to increase Cordia’s stake in Polnord SA to 100% of outstanding shares.
Current owner Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield is reportedly planning to sell the Aupark shopping centre in Bratislava and is currently in the final talks with Czech investment group Wood & Company, according to index.sme.sk. The potential new owner is allegedly interested in purchasing the asset for around €500 million.
European Logistics Investment BV (ELI) has acquired two warehouse facilities located in Wrocław. ELI, together with its partner Panattoni, plans to further develop the site in order to deliver City Logistics Wrocław North totalling 45,000 sqm of logistics space.
Generali Real Estate S.p.A. has completed the acquisition of International Business Centre (IBC), an office building in Prague, from Mint Investments, on behalf of the pan-European “Generali Real Estate Core Plus” fund managed by Generali Real Estate S.p.A Società di gestione del risparmio.
Businessman Dan Șucu has sold the logistics centre of furniture and decoration retailer Mobexpert, located near Bucharest, to developer CTP in a "sale-and-leaseback" transaction valued at about €14 million, profit.ro reports. Mobexpert will remain the long-term tenant of the building.
SIF Banat - Crișana has agreed to sell approximately 3 ha of land at the site of the former Filan factory in the Pantelimon district of Bucharest to German retailers Kaufland and Lidl for about €12 million, profit.ro reports. This sum is 60% higher than what the fund paid for the property in 2019.
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