Thursday, 14 December 2017

Real Estate

VGP eyes potential EUR 140 million Czech logistics deal

Czech Position |
22 June 2011

Industrial park developer VGP set to carry out second major portfolio sale of 2011 with deal for 80 percent of six Czech logistics parks.

Prague office sector 'banking on' surge in leasing

Czech Position |
21 June 2011

Explora Business Center offices fill up as reports show Prague office market recovery on the back of European banking sector growth.

Prague 2 city housing to be finally privatised or sold?

Czech Position |
9 June 2011

The Prague 2 district leadership has promised before to sell municipal flats to current tenants; exactly which ones may be decided in June.

Two Czech malls sold in biggest deal since '08

Czech Position |
25 May 2011

The acquisition of two regional shopping centers by an unnamed Czech investor represents the largest Czech retail transaction since 2008.

Court declares developer ECM insolvent

Czech Position |
25 May 2011

Prague court declares real estate developer ECM insolvent, a move sought by the company as a means of settling with creditors.

Orco eyes windfall gain on edge of Prague

Czech Position |
19 May 2011

Central European developer Orco Property Group is fighting a small council on the edge of Prague in order to build on farmland.

Czech developer ECM files for insolvency

Reuters |
18 May 2011

Czech developer ECM Real Estate Investments filed for insolvency on Tuesday and proposed reorganisation, the company said on its website.

Int'l investors weigh sides of Czech real estate

Czech Position |
12 May 2011

With investment in the Czech Republic and CE real estate picking up, the profile of int'l investors coming to the market is changing.

IVG Austria buys old Pfizer building

Czech Position |
12 May 2011

Austrian real estate investors make fourth Prague real estate deal for its Luxembourg-based fund HRI Immobilienfonds Nr.1.

ČEZ office sale looks like bargain for insider

Czech Position |
2 May 2011

Unusual conditions surrounding the sale of three office complexes by state-controlled power giant ČEZ could scare away potential investors.

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