La Marina covers a retail surface area of 35.599 m2 and its occupancy level stands at around 94%. The Llobregat center is smaller, with a GLA of 14.160 m2, and its occupancy rate amounts to around 66%. The value of the two Spanish establishments amounts to around €98 million.
One of the star shareholders of Vía Célere, and Värde, Marathon already owns one shopping center in Spain, the Bahía Azul in Málaga bought last year for €18.5 million, said the Spanish Real Estate.
These centers constituting the portfolio, along with 6 others Italian centers, were acquired by the Pradera European Retail Fund between 2006 and 2009 and their current market value amounts to €326 million.
The Trajano socimi, managed by Deutsche Bank, has finalised what will be their biggest purchase since their creation in 2015. It is linked to the sale of the commercial centre Alcalá Magn...
Pradera, one of he most important fund and retail real estate asset managers in Europe, has acquired a group of 25 retail parks with a combined area of 538.000m².
Sonae RP announced last Tuesday the conclusion of a sale & leaseback operation with 4 food retail assets in Portugal, in a total volume of €34.7 million.
CBRE announced the release of Retail Intelligence in Spain. This strategic initiative will allow the company to combine the work of the experts in research, digital, innovation, data analytics o...
The US Blackstone plans to sell at least four retail centers it owns in Portugal, refers Bloomberg. The properties may be worth almost €900 million.