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Articles - transactions

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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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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This will be the offices of the future: flexible, intelligent spaces in a passive green envelope

An office building today is not just a reinforced concrete skeleton filled with glass panels. The building itself and its equipment enable the use of functions unsuspected at first glance, which provide a new dimension of comfort to its users. They allow you to adjust the temperature or the color of the light in the room, rebuild your office according to your wishes or find a colleague without running around the office.

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Here comes the ESG . Some buildings will be better demolished than costly renovated

What so far seems more like a phrase will change the real estate market in the coming years. The principles of socially responsible and sustainable investment, referred to by the acronym ESG, are already intervening in real estate investments and commercial real estate rentals. A wave of renovations awaits the owners of buildings built over the past 15 years. Older office buildings or those hurried by developers with a hot needle will often go to the ground.

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UBM Development Czechia has sold the Astrid Offices office building. The new owner is the investment group Portiva

UBM Development Czechia, which completed and approved the Astrid Offices office building in Prague's Holešovice in May, sold it to the PORTIVA investment group. Both parties have decided not to disclose the amount of the transaction. The property, which has 4,300 m2 of office space and 440 m2 of retail space on the ground floor, is now fully leased. Since December, it has also become the headquarters of UBM Development Czechia, which has moved here from its offices in Liben.

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PPF Real Estate for the first time in Poland. PPF bought the New City office complex in Warsaw

The real estate division of the PPF Group has experience with the international company Hines from London and Moscow. PPF Real Estate is newly buying the New City office complex from Warsaw, thanks to which the company is expanding its operations to Poland. The value of the transaction was not disclosed after the agreement of both parties.

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Křetínský and Crestyl will change the face of Prague. They’re rebuilding Vinohrady Avenue

The Crestyl development group, in cooperation with EP Real Estate, billionaire Daniel Křetínský, will build the first phase of an office complex in Prague’s Hagibor.

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End of the Business Line in the Czech Republic. The only offices sold by Scott.Weber

The Polish company Business Link, which deals with the rental of jobs in shared premises, has sold its Holešovice office building to Scott.Weber and is thus ending up in the Czech Republic. The price of the transaction was not disclosed by either party. Hospodářské noviny informed about it.

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