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News Hystead acquires two Croatian malls
28
Feb
2018

Hystead acquires two Croatian malls

by Import Sys
Hystead Limited, a UK company co-owned by Hyprop Investments Limited (Hyprop) and PDI Investment Holdings Limited (PDI), has acquired a 90% interest in two Croatian shopping centres. The purchase consideration net of €154.4 million asset-based finance is €129.1 million, of which Hyprop’s effective share is approximately €77.5 million. The two malls, namely City Center one Zagreb West and City Center one Zagreb East, are located in Zagreb, the capital of Croatia. The transaction is conditional upon approval of the Croatian competition authority and is expected to close at the end of March 2018.
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News HTL dominates Croatia’s investment market
16
Feb
2018

HTL dominates Croatia’s investment market

by Import Sys
In 2017 approx. 90% of the total investment volumes in the commercial real estate were recorded in retail and HTL on the Croatian market. Most of the investment and development activity came from the investors already present on the market. Newcomers were mostly focused on distressed/value-add or brownfield opportunities in the HTL sector. Retail and HTL will remain the most active sectors in terms of investment and development volumes in 2018, Colliers projects.
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News SES buys King Cross shopping centre in Zagreb
22
Nov
2017

SES buys King Cross shopping centre in Zagreb

by Import Sys
Aberdeen Asset Management has sold the King Cross shopping centre in Zagreb to SES Spar European Shopping Centers. The transaction price has not been disclosed.
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News A boom in the cards for Croatia’s residential market
16
Oct
2017

A boom in the cards for Croatia’s residential market

by Import Sys
Residential markets are on the rise all over Europe. There are barely any countries where prices haven’t begun to increase since the crisis. Property Forum took a closer look at the Central and Eastern European region, to see which countries have seen the highest growth. Croatia is one of the countries where prices began to grow later rather than sooner, but this means that it may become a new hotspot for investors looking to profit from house price growth in the region.
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News Unprecedented optimism on CEE investment markets
04
Sep
2017

Unprecedented optimism on CEE investment markets

by Ákos Budai
Occupier and investment sentiment remains positive across all Central and Eastern European countries tracked by the RICS Commercial Property Monitor. Results for Q2 2017 show that Hungary and the Czech Republic continue to post the strongest overall results. The vast majority of respondents expect new investors to enter the market with the presence of local and CEE investors predicted to increase across the region in the year ahead.
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News Investors focus on Hungary and Czech Republic
07
Jun
2017

Investors focus on Hungary and Czech Republic

by Ákos Budai
Occupier and investment sentiment continues to be positive across Central and Eastern Europe according to the RICS Commercial Property Monitor for Q1 2017. Similarly to last quarter, Hungary remains the most upbeat market globally with the Czech Republic also performing remarkably well. The picture is slightly more mixed in Croatia and Romania, still, near term momentum remains positive in the two markets.
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News M7 closes first Central European fund
12
Apr
2017

M7 closes first Central European fund

by Ákos Budai
M7 Real Estate announced that its first Central European fund for third party investors, M7 Central European Real Estate Fund I (M7 CEREF I), has now completed its final close, reaching its target raise of €60 million of investor capital. This follows investor commitments of more than €35 million at its first close in October 2016.
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News Czech Republic and Hungary outperform rest of CEE
16
Feb
2017

Czech Republic and Hungary outperform rest of CEE

by Ákos Budai
Occupier and investment sentiment continues to be positive across Central and Eastern Europe according to the RICS Commercial Property Monitor for Q4 2016. Hungary and the Czech Republic remain the most upbeat markets, with Bulgaria and Croatia also gaining momentum. In Romania the pace of growth seems to be slowing down, although sentiment and projections continue to be broadly positive.
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News M7 makes first investments in Hungary and Croatia
20
Dec
2016

M7 makes first investments in Hungary and Croatia

by Ákos Budai
M7 Real Estate, the pan-European investor and asset manager, announces that it has made two further acquisitions for the recently launched CEREF I fund. The acquisitions in Croatia and Hungary totalling €14 million mark M7's first entry into both countries.
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News NEPI acquires Arena Centar in Zagreb
07
Nov
2016

NEPI acquires Arena Centar in Zagreb

by Ákos Budai
On 4 November 2016, NEPI, through its subsidiary NE Property Cooperatief UA, concluded an agreement to acquire all the issued shares in, and shareholders’ claims against, Granit Polus Laniste d.o.o. from Lobularia Ventures Limited and repay Laniste’s entire outstanding debt. Laniste wholly owns a shopping mall of 62,100 sqm of GLA situated in Zagreb, Croatia, that opened in November 2010, named Arena Centar and adjacent additional land plots of approximately 4.4 ha. The aggregate purchase price for the transaction is €237.5 million and was settled from NEPI’s existing cash resources.
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New leases

  • Woolworth Polska has leased almost 1,000 sqm of space in DL Shopping Park Mikołów, a retail park under construction in the Silesian voivodship.
  • A Reserved store has been reopened in Gemini Park Tarnów. The outlet has gained a new location in the facility and now occupies an area 300 sqm larger.
  • Another new building within the Dekada Grójec retail park has been opened in Grójec. The new part included a Douglas perfumery, which occupied around 200 sqm.

New appointments

  • Angelika Kliś has resigned from her position as a member of Atal's management board, the company announced in a press release. The reason for the resignation was not given.
  • Carrefour has announced changes to the management of its branch in Poland. As of 1st of June, the position of Commercial and Supply Chain Director of Carrefour Poland was taken over by Eric Yung. Tomasz Waligórski was appointed Chief Operating Officer.
  • At Nhood Services Poland, Agnieszka Gutowska was appointed Head of Brand Marketing & Communication. She will responsible for shaping the brand image in Poland, taking into account the competences of the three business lines Property & Asset Services (PAS), Development (DEV) and Resources, Fund & Investment (RFI).

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