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Immofinanz acquires €324 million retail portfolio from CPIPG

As part of its value-creating growth strategy with a focus on high-return properties, Immofinanz is acquiring 53 retail properties in the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary from its majority shareholder CPI Property Group (CPIPG). The acquired portfolio has roughly 217,000 sqm of rentable space and is fully let with an occupancy rate of 99%. The purchase price totals €324.2 million. The purchase contract was signed today, together with the closing for 36 retail properties in the Czech Republic and Poland which have 108,000 sqm of rentable space. The purchase price of €191 million for those properties was financed from existing funds. The closing for the remaining 17 properties in Hungary and Slovakia is expected to take place by the end of this year.

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Czech companies are increasing among innovators on the real estate market

Among the companies offering innovative solutions for the real estate sector, four Czech companies appeared in this year's global KPMG research. In previous years, only one represented the Czechia. This year, the research counted almost 800 innovations, the largest number of which were presented by companies from the Netherlands. Overall, it innovates the most in the areas of digitization, connectivity and sustainability.

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Rents and service fees in Prague offices are rising, but demand is still rising

Colliers, a leading company providing diversified professional services in the field of commercial real estate and investment management, published a survey of the Prague office market for the 2nd quarter of 2022. According to it, the vacancy rate did not change and remained at the same value as in the previous quarter. On the contrary, rents or service fees continue to rise. The volume of net realized demand is nevertheless the highest since the end of 2019.

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Passerinvest completed another acquisition in Brumlovka. He becomes the owner of the Gamma building again

Purely Czech company Passerinvest Group, a.s. (hereinafter referred to as Passerinvest) successfully closed the purchase of the Gamma office project in the Brumlovka administrative center in Prague, where it has been operating for a long time. The building, financed by Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberösterreich, was acquired by Passerinvest from the Austrian real estate group IMMOFINANZ.

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In the Avie area in Letňany, a quarter worth CZK 70 billion will grow in 25 years

In the next 25 years, the Odien investment group plans to build a neighborhood with approximately 7,000 apartments for up to 11,000 people in the Avie area between Prague's Letňany and Čakovice. He estimates the construction costs at 70 billion crowns. Group CEO Michael Saran told reporters. The district is to be connected to the city center by a modernized railway and a new tram line. According to Saran, the company has already started decontamination of land after industrial production and is waiting for a change in the zoning plan. She would like to start construction in 2025.

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ZFP buys Blumental in Bratislava from Corwin

Slovak developer Corwin has sold the Blumental office centre in Bratislava to Czech real estate fund ZFP realitní fond. With more than 21,000 sqm of lettable area, it is one of the largest Bratislava office transactions of 2022. The price of the acquisition has not been disclosed.

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The new Philips Class A LED tube: an innovative solution at a time of rising energy prices

Signify (Euronext: LIGHT), formerly Philips Lighting, a world leader in lighting, is expanding its portfolio with the most energy-efficient LED tubes to date. Thanks to its high efficiency, Philips MASTER LEDtube UE can help customers solve not only the global energy crisis, but also the growing pressure to reduce the carbon footprint and stricter EU regulations.

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Developer CTP ceremoniously launched the construction of a highly modern office building worth 1.5 billion crowns, thus completing the revitalization of the Ponávka area

Developer CTP ceremoniously launched the construction of a highly modern office building in the presence of Brno Mayor Markéta Vaňková, 1st Deputy Mayor Petr Hladík, Brno Deputy Robert Kerndl and City Councilor for Transport Petr Kratochvíl. The building for 1.5 billion crowns will complete the first stage of the development of the Ponávka complex in Brno and will offer its tenants the most modern technological and at the same time ecologically sustainable solutions. A modern city park for 30 million crowns is also being created in the area, which is a collaboration between the developer and the city of Brno, as well as the third part of the bike path connecting the Ponávka and Vlněn areas.

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