ARTICLES LABELLED WITH TAG CEE

23
Jun
2021

EBRD supports CTP’s green Eurobond issue

by Property Forum
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) has invested €42.5 million in a €500 million green Eurobond issue by real estate company CTP to support its portfolio expansion, thereby increasing the supply of green real-estate stock across the EBRD’s regions.
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22
Jun
2021

Senior living continues to attract new capital

by Property Forum
The senior living aspect of the European healthcare market continues to attract new capital according to the “European Healthcare - A Growth Market” just released by Colliers. Strong demographic demand and limited supply of customer options are the drivers of the capital to this sector.
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18
Jun
2021

HalfPrice announces foreign expansion

by Property Forum
In the first month of operation of the HalfPrice chain in Poland, it was visited by over 500 thousand. customers. Currently, 13 stores operate under this brand, including the newest flagship store in the Warsaw department store. CCC Group decided to accelerate the opening of points under the HalfPrice banner outside Poland. The car showroom in Hungary will make its debut in August. Soon, customers in Austria and the Czech Republic will also be able to shop in the new network. A total of 65 stores will be opened in Poland and Europe by the end of the year.
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17
Jun
2021

GTC’s green bonds meet strong investor demand

by Property Forum
Globe Trade Centre has successfully issued a debut unsecured green bond for €500 million. The bonds, bearing a coupon of 2.25% p.a., received a strong reception from the broad European fixed-income investor universe and were several times oversubscribed with a peak order book in excess of €1.4 billion.
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09
Jun
2021

Immofinanz posts response to S Immo’s statement on takeover

by Property Forum
Immofinanz has issued a response to S Immo’s recent statement in which the company’s officials have clearly expressed their opposition to the takeover offer by Immofinanz published in mid-May 2021.
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07
Jun
2021

S Immo rejects Immofinanz takeover bid

by Property Forum
In a statement, the Management Board and Supervisory Board of S Immo have clearly expressed their opposition to the takeover offer by Immofinanz published in mid-May 2021.
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04
Jun
2021

MAS RE sells two UK assets, wants to invest in CEE instead

by Property Forum
South African investor MAS Real Estate has entered into to sell an office building in Scotland to Union Investment for €91 million. The company also agreed to sell a piece of development land in East Sussex for €20.8 million. MAS Real Estate wants to sell all of its remaining Western European assets and reinvest the proceeds in Central & Eastern Europe.  
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04
Jun
2021

GLP expands and looks for future-proof locations in CEE

by Ákos Budai
GLP closed the acquisition of Goodman Group’s CEE portfolio less than a year ago. With the integration complete, the company is developing a number of large-scale projects. Błażej Ciesielczak, the CEO of GLP Central and Eastern Europe talked to Property Forum about the growth of the logistics market and shared the company’s expansion strategy for the region.
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01
Jun
2021

GTC publishes its first-ever ESG report

by Property Forum
Globe Trade Center has presented its first-ever ESG report, summarizing the group’s achievements during 25 years across its six markets. The 2020 report presents data on GTC’s engagement in sustainable development, responsible construction and asset management, collaboration with local communities and responding to stakeholders’ expectations. GTC is the first among commercial developers to present an ESG report on the CEE market.
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31
May
2021

Immofinanz records €123.1 million net profit in Q1 2021

by Property Forum
Immofinanz recorded a significant improvement in the results of operations and net profit during the first quarter of 2021, which was still heavily influenced by the COVID-19 crisis.
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Latest news


New leases

  • Tech start-up A4BEE has leased 600 sqm of office space in Wojdyła Business Park in Wrocław. Cushman & Wakefield advised the owner for this transaction.
  • Colliers branch in Katowice has changed its address. Since September the office is located in the .KTW I building on Roździeńskiego Avenue 1a. Colliers has taken the space on the first floor of the building.
  • Meat2Eat has leased 400 sqm for a new restaurant that it opened on the ground floor of One Tower office building in Bucharest. The transaction was brokered by Cushman & Wakefield Echinox. The building is owned by Romanian developer One United Properties.

New appointments

  • Łukasz Czajkowski joins the team of JLL Poland as Business Services Lead in Tenant Representation Department. He will be responsible for enhancing relations with the BSS sector.
  • Craig Maguire has been appointed Head of Pan-European Logistics for BNP Paribas Real Estate. He will head up the European coordination of the Logistics business (Investment and Rentals/Sales), alongside the local teams of BNP Paribas Real Estate.
  • Victor Cosconel is the new Head of Industrial & Business Development at real estate consultancy Colliers Romania. He has more than 20 years’ worth of experience in sales, business development and general management. Before joining Colliers, he was CEO of Sodexo Bulgaria.


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