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News Over 500,000 sqm of new retail space planned in Romania
16
Jun
2022

Over 500,000 sqm of new retail space planned in Romania

by Property Forum
The retail market in Romania is set to expand by more than 500,000 sqm in the next four years, with 10 of the projects in the pipeline each having more than 10,000 sqm, according to  Cushman & Wakefield Echinox. 
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News Prime Kapital gets green loan for Romanian projects
29
Mar
2022

Prime Kapital gets green loan for Romanian projects

by Property Forum
Property group Prime Kapital has secured a green club loan of €125 million for its development joint-venture with listed property investor MAS plc. 
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News New retail supply of 100,000 sqm expected in Romania this year
10
Feb
2022

New retail supply of 100,000 sqm expected in Romania this year

by Property Forum
Around 100,000 sqm of new retail spaces should be completed during 2022 in Romania, of which more than 80% are located in retail parks, according to a report by real estate consultancy Cushman & Wakefield Echinox. 
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News Prime Kapital opens two new shopping centres in Romania
30
Nov
2021

Prime Kapital opens two new shopping centres in Romania

by Property Forum
Property developer Prime Kapital will open two new shopping centres in Romania by the end of this week. Bârlad Value Centre, with a leasable area of around 20,000 sqm, opens for shoppers on November 30, while Prahova Value Centre in Ploiești, which spans 25,200 sqm, will open on December 3. 
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News Prime Kapital to deliver first phase of Iași project in 2022
12
Nov
2021

Prime Kapital to deliver first phase of Iași project in 2022

by Property Forum
Property developer Prime Kapital says it has finished the demolition phase on a former industrial platform in Iași where it will kick off the construction of Silk District, a mixed-use scheme. 
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News EBRD invests €24.7 million in MAS’s real estate green bond
13
May
2021

EBRD invests €24.7 million in MAS’s real estate green bond

by Property Forum
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has successfully subscribed to a €24.7 million ticket as part of an inaugural five-year €300 million green bond issuance by MAS Securities BV. The firm is wholly owned by MAS Real Estate Inc., an investor and operator of predominantly retail real estate assets that focuses on CEE.
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News Sepsi Value Centre in Romania opens on 18th March
11
Mar
2021

Sepsi Value Centre in Romania opens on 18th March

by Property Forum
Prime Kapital will inaugurate in Sfântu Gheorghe the first shopping center in the county on 18th March. The investment budget was over €22 million. 
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News Prime Kapital and MAS Real Estate open new mall in Romania
21
Aug
2020

Prime Kapital and MAS Real Estate open new mall in Romania

by Property Forum
Developer Prime Kapital and investment partner MAS Real Estate have opened 33,000 sqm GLA Dâmboviţa Mall shopping centre in the city Târgoviște, 80 km northwest of Bucharest.
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News MAS Real Estate to buy €113 million portfolio in Romania
08
Mar
2019

MAS Real Estate to buy €113 million portfolio in Romania

by Property Forum
MAS Real Estate has entered into an agreement with PKM Developments, a joint venture with its peer Prime Kapital, to buy a property portfolio consisting of nine shopping value centres in Romania for €112.97 million. The centres are being held by PKM Developments through three subsidiaries - PK Black, PK Indigo and PK Red.
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News Skanska and Prime Kapital might jointly buy 11 ha Bucharest plot
12
Nov
2018

Skanska and Prime Kapital might jointly buy 11 ha Bucharest plot

by Property Forum
Skanska and local developer Prime Kapital might share the 11-hectare Griro platform in Bucharest, controlled by businessmen Nicolae Badea and Fatih Taher, in a €50 million transaction, according to market sources.
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New leases

  • The Skechers chain has opened a new store in Manufaktura in Łódź. It has the size of 150 sqm.
  • IT company Tata Consultancy Services, has moved into the Wola Center building in Warsaw. The company occupies 3,600 sqm there. At the same time, the owner of the complex, Hines European Value Fund, extended its contract with FaktorOne (470 sqm).
  • Viterra, a plant trade company, has opened its new headquarters in the Olivia Centre complex in Gdansk. The company occupied space on the top floor of Olivia's newest building, Olivia Prime. Viterra occupied a 1,400 sqm of space on the 14th floor of the building and a private terrace, located above the office, on the 15th floor.

New appointments

  • 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).
  • Robert Rogowski, former Vice President of the Management Board of Invest TDJ Estate, has been dismissed from his position. Magdalena Sierankiewicz has been appointed in his place.

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