According to Spanish Real Estate, the purchase of Xanadú by Intu was partially financed through a five year credit facility with Santander, BBVA, Credit Agricole and CaixaBank for a sum of 263million euros. Intu used their own funds to complete the rest of the investment.
The shopping centre, excluding the managing society and Snowzone, was valued in February this year at 526 million euros, representing a net initial income of 4.4%. This asset drew interest from several investors, although only Intu and TH Real Estate reached the final stages, and the latter is now an ally in the agreement.
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.