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News HB Reavis sells Bratislava office building
09
Dec
2016

HB Reavis sells Bratislava office building

by Ákos Budai
HB Reavis has sold Twin City A, a modern office building located in close proximity to Bratislava city centre in Slovakia, to Prvý realitný fund (PRF), managed by IAD Investments with a transaction yield of 6.5%. The building, located in the Mlynske Nivy business district of Bratislava, was completed in 2015 and offers approximately 16,500 sqm of leasable space, which is fully let to a number of tenants, including PWC, Merck Sharp & Dohme, Bayer, BNP Paribas Slovensko and Sfera.
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News Invest4SEE enters Slovakia
07
Dec
2016

Invest4SEE enters Slovakia

by Ákos Budai
Austrian and Romanian real estate developer Invest4SEE has announced the development of a 91,216 sqm warehouse in Dubnica nad Vahom, Slovakia. Invest4SEE Industrial Park Dubnica will spread over 20 hectares.
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News Immofinanz acquires retail parks in Slovakia and Hungary
14
Nov
2016

Immofinanz acquires retail parks in Slovakia and Hungary

by Ákos Budai
Immofinanz is continuing the expansion of its successful Stop Shop retail park portfolio with the acquisition of eight locations in Slovakia and Hungary. The purchase price for these properties totals approx. €79.0 million. The newly acquired retail parks have an occupancy rate of roughly 98% and generate annual rental income of approx. €6.6 million. The transactions will close in several steps, presumably by the end of the first quarter of 2017. Immofinanz‘s Stop Shop portfolio will then cover 66 locations in seven countries with roughly 449,000 sqm of rentable space and a book value of more than EUR 600.0 million. Further locations in Serbia and Poland are currently in the preparation phase for project development. 
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News Investors love Central European real estate
11
Nov
2016

Investors love Central European real estate

by Ákos Budai
According to Cushman & Wakefield, commercial real estate investment activity in the core Central European markets of Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania reached €6.05 billion in the first three quarters of 2016, a 37% increase y-o-y, albeit with reduced activity during the third quarter. Investment in the CE region slipped back following a strong second quarter. The volume of assets traded totalled €1.4bn in Q3 2016, down over 20% a year ago and half Q2 volumes.
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News HB Reavis appoints new Group Leasing Director
03
Nov
2016

HB Reavis appoints new Group Leasing Director

by Ákos Budai
International real estate developer HB Reavis has appointed Peter Ceresnik as Group Leasing Director. In his new role Peter will lead the company’s five leasing teams, as well as its marketing and IT divisions.
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News HB Reavis CEREIF fund sells retail park to NEPI
13
Oct
2016

HB Reavis CEREIF fund sells retail park to NEPI

by Ákos Budai
HB Reavis’ Central Europe Real Estate Fund (CEREIF) has sold its retail asset, Aupark Piestany in Slovakia, to New Europe Property Investments (NEPI) for €39.5 million. The shopping centre, totalling 10,000 sqm of GLA and 380 parking spaces, is home to brands such as CCC Shoes, Mango, Orsay and 
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News Prologis expands in Bratislava
10
Oct
2016

Prologis expands in Bratislava

by Ákos Budai
Prologis has announced that it will begin construction of a 21,140 sqm speculative facility at Prologis Park Bratislava to meet high demand from customers throughout the region. The building, DC15, will be situated on a 22.6-hectare plot of land that was acquired by Prologis in the second quarter of 2016. The plot has a build-out potential of an additional 66,000 square metres. DC15, like all newly built Prologis facilities, will be submitted for BREEAM accreditation.  
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News Saved by South African investors
28
Sep
2016

Saved by South African investors

by Ákos Budai
In the last quarter alone South African investors have spent €1 billion in CEE and it is most likely that they won’t stop chasing higher yields anytime soon. Even though investments in Central and Eastern Europe are generally considered risky by European standards, coming from other parts of the world opportunities in the region may seem rather safe. We report from CEE Property Forum 2016, co-organised by Portfolio Property Forum and RICS, where over 300 visitors and 70 speakers came together to discuss the most pressing issues concerning regional investment markets.
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News Atrium announces Q2 results
18
Aug
2016

Atrium announces Q2 results

by Ákos Budai
Atrium European Real Estate Limited, an owner and manager of shopping centres and retail real estate in Central and Eastern Europe, has announced its results for the second quarter and six months ended 30 June 2016.
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News Investors may face scarcity of attractive products in CEE
10
Aug
2016

Investors may face scarcity of attractive products in CEE

by Ákos Budai
Investment into Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries (excluding Russia) for H1 2016 registered a substantial increase (59%) compared to same period of last year, surpassing €5 billion. Expectations are that for the entire year, investment volumes will reach and exceed the record volumes of 2015 with all CEE countries expected to perform strongly, says CBRE.
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Latest news


New leases

  • Business Services Center, a networking organisation for Polish entrepreneurs under the banner of BNI, BNI+ and Corporate Connections, has joined the group of tenants in the DL Tower building in Katowice. The company will occupy a space of 240 sqm.
  • Logistics operator CAT LC will occupy 9,000 sqm of space at the Śląskie Centrum Logistyczne Sosnowiec III. The company is part of the international Groupe CAT.
  • Intense Group has joined the group of tenants at the Vinci Office Centre. The Polish manufacturer and supplier of IT solutions will occupy approximately 700 sqm of space in the Kraków facility.

New appointments

  • STERENN, a consultancy firm specializing in hospitality market entry and real estate asset sourcing, proudly announces the addition of Bryan Wilson to its Advisory Board. Bryan Wilson brings a wealth of expertise in real estate transactions, particularly within the hospitality sector. He co-founded Wilsons, a prominent law firm in Prague, and is a UK-registered lawyer and now heads up the CEE region for DUAL Asset, transactional risk insurers.
  • MLP Group’s management team has added new members - Katarzyna Misztal (Leasing Manager), Paweł Reszczyński (Senior Land Acquisition Manager), Zuzanna Pukaluk , Mateusz Sobczak (both a Project Managers) and Szymon Grochowski ( Land Acquisition Manager). In their new roles, they will be entrusted with land acquisition and preparation for upcoming projects, oversight over construction and project work, space commercialisation and tenant relationships.
  • Zuzanna Paciorkiewicz, PhD, has been appointed as Head of Asset Services CEE at Cushman & Wakefield following her tenure as Co-Head with Ondřej Fukal.

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