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Articles - český realitní trh

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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Penta withstood the crisis year of 2020 successfully

The Penta group closed the pandemic year of 2020 with a net profit of 134 million euros, while total assets of the portfolio companies reached 11.1 billion euros. Despite the pandemic, Penta invested 419 million euros in Capex for the development of its companies and projects. The group employs more than 43,000 people and has paid a total of 243 million euros in income tax and other social contributions.

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Czech year on year investment volume falls by only 8%

A total investment volume of €290 million was transacted in the Czech Republic during the first quarter of 2021, according to Savills latest research. Without the exceptional €1.3 billion Residomo portfolio sale transaction, the investment volume was only down by 8% y-o-y.

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Real estate transactions of commercial real estate in 2020

The total volume of transactions in the commercial real estate sector in the Czech Republic should reach 1.2 billion euros this year. This is a 63% decrease compared to last year, which was above average successful. If we also take into account the complications that the coronavirus pandemic has brought to the economy, the result is relatively satisfactory and testifies to the continuing appetite of investors. In addition, we can expect a further increase to almost double this year's volume next year. It is also positive that real estate prices still remain stable.

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Automation is coming. The pursuit of a quick profit is hindering greater development

Different temperatures in different rooms, air control or reducing the energy intensity of a building by efficient use of alternative sources. These are just some of the benefits of building automation. It offers simplification of maintenance as well as significant financial savings, especially for large office buildings, hotels or industrial buildings. In the Czech Republic, however, we still have a long way to go compared to the West.

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Is the end of the office near? A few months of working from home won’t give us the answer

The COVID-19 pandemic spurred the involuntary evacuation of offices and led companies and employees to experiment with full-time work from home. Some prognosticators are now declaring that demand for offices will decline over the long term. But are such forecasts realistic?

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The Prague Research Forum (PRF) publishes data on the office space market for the third quarter of 2020

The Prague Research Forum reports that a total of 21,200 m2 of office space was completed in Prague during the third quarter of 2020, bringing the total volume of modern offices to 3.73 million m2. The newly completed premises include three newly built buildings - AFI City 1 in Prague 9 with 15,900 m2, the Office Building of Czech Ports in Prague 7 with 2,800 m2 and Poděbradská Centrum in Prague 9 with 2,400 m2.

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Colliers predicts a strong recovery in demand for a flexible European workspace following a slowdown due to a pandemic

According to the latest Flex Forward report from global real estate consultant Colliers International, European markets with a low level of existing flexible workspace saw the largest increase in new flexible operations in the first half of 2020.

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