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18
Dec
2019

Accor sells 85.5% stake in Orbis to AccorInvest for €1 billion

by Property Forum
Accor has entered into a binding agreement to sell its 85.8% stake in Orbis to AccorInvest at a price of PLN 115 per share, corresponding to proceeds for Accor of €1.06 billion (PLN 4.55 billion), in line with Orbis’ Gross Asset Value. This completes the Orbis transaction, following the acquisition by Accor of Orbis’ Management and Franchise business last October for €286m.
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17
Dec
2019

Prague’s office market slows down but there’s room for further growth

by Property Forum
In Q3 2019, the total office stock in Prague reached 3.59 million sqm, according to Colliers International. Completions include two new and one refurbished property: Dock In Three in Prague 8 (16,000 sqm), Argentinská Office Building in Prague 7 (5,800 sqm) and the refurbished Life Building C in Prague 4 (11,100 sqm).
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17
Dec
2019

Romanian investors sell three office buildings in Cluj-Napoca

by Property Forum
CBRE assisted the Hexagon group of companies in selling a portfolio of three office buildings in Cluj-Napoca. By adding this new transaction, the volume of real estate investments reaches almost €200 million in Cluj-Napoca, thus maintaining its attractivity after Bucharest, in terms of real estate investment.
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16
Dec
2019

AFI Europe buys NEPI Rockcastle’s office portfolio in Romania

by Property Forum
AFI Europe N.V. and NEPI Rockcastle announced the conclusion of the transaction for the acquisition of NEPI Rockcastle’s office portfolio in Romania, with a total GLA of 118,500 square meters. The transaction value is in excess of €300 million.
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16
Dec
2019

GIC scales up P3’s logistics platform through €950 million acquisition

by Property Forum
GIC, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, has signed an agreement to acquire a pan-European logistics real estate portfolio (Maximus) from funds managed by affiliates of Apollo Global Management, Inc., a leading global alternative investment manager, for a net consideration of approximately €950 million. This acquisition is in line with GIC’s strategy to scale up its fully-owned P3 logistics platform and reinforce P3’s position as a leading developer and manager of logistics properties in Europe. 
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16
Dec
2019

Wing completes acquisition of Echo Investment

by Property Forum
With the payment transferred on 13 December, Wing has acquired a 100% stake in Lisala, which in turn owns a 56 % stake in ECHO Investment, a company listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE). This acquisition makes Wing a major real estate firm at the regional level. Supporting Echo Investment’s long-term growth program, Wing enters as a strategic investor. At the operational level, the two companies will continue to operate independently.
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11
Dec
2019

Europa Capital sells Radisson Collection Hotel in Warsaw

by Property Forum
Europa Capital has sold the Radisson Collection hotel in Warsaw on behalf of its value add fund, Europa Fund V to Wenaas Hotels Europe A/S, part of Wenaasgruppen. The sale follows the comprehensive refurbishment of the property, which has been upgraded from a Radisson Blu to a five star Radisson Collection branded hotel, the first in Poland. The 311-room hotel will continue to be operated by Radisson Hospitality AB under an International Management Agreement.
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11
Dec
2019

GTC sells Gdańsk office building

by Property Forum
GTC has closed the sale of the 16,100 sqm Neptun Office Center in Gdańsk to buyer CBRE Global Investors. The Class A office building is located in Gdańsk Wrzeszcz, at Aleja Grunwaldzka. Completed in 2014, Neptun Office Center offers 16,100 sqm of modern office space and 160 parking spaces.
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11
Dec
2019

Patrizia sells Warsaw office building to Korean investor

by Property Forum
Patrizia Immobilien AG has sold the Feniks office building in Warsaw to a South Korean investor via Warburg-HIH Invest Real Estate. Savills advised the buyer in the transaction.
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09
Dec
2019

Balkans countries need reforms to attract more investors

by Ákos Budai
Southeast Europe‘s real estate market is growing but most markets in the region have trouble attracting foreign investors. To make real estate investments in SEE more attractive, it is necessary to reduce investor risk by implementing legal, tax and public administration reforms and reducing corruption, according to the panellists at Balkans Property Forum 2019, which was organized for the third time in Belgrade by Property Forum and RICS. The conference was visited by nearly 200 real estate professionals from Serbia and other countries in the Balkans region.
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