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21st Austria weekly - Immofinanz (20/07/2021)

25.07.2021

Immofinanz: Austrian based real estate company Immofinanz is continuing the expansion of its successful Stop Shop retail park brand by entering a new market in Western Europe – Italy. The first acquisition in this country is the fully occupied Parco Fiore in the north Italian city of San Fior with roughly 27,000 sqm of rentable space. The seller is the international investment bank Barings, which held the property in the European Core Property Fund Italy managed by Kryalos SGR. The sale price totalled approximately Euro 35.0 mn. “The Italian market is a perfect addition and a further, future growth driver for our successful European Stop Shop retail platform. With a population of over 60 million, Italy is one of the largest countries in Europe. An extensive market study showed that the available retail structures combined with the purchasing power and consumer behaviour, above all in central and northern Italy, create significant potential for establishing modern retail parks under the Stop Shop brand. Our plans call for ten locations with an investment volume of up to Euro 250 mn by 2024“, explained Immofinanz COO  Dietmar Reindl.
Immofinanz: weekly performance: -0.20%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (20/07/2021)


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Immofinanz: Austrian based real estate company Immofinanz is continuing the expansion of its successful Stop Shop retail park brand by entering a new market in Western Europe – Italy. The first acquisition in this country is the fully occupied Parco Fiore in the north Italian city of San Fior with roughly 27,000 sqm of rentable space. The seller is the international investment bank Barings, which held the property in the European Core Property Fund Italy managed by Kryalos SGR. The sale price totalled approximately Euro 35.0 mn. “The Italian market is a perfect addition and a further, future growth driver for our successful European Stop Shop retail platform. With a population of over 60 million, Italy is one of the largest countries in Europe. An extensive market study showed that the available retail structures combined with the purchasing power and consumer behaviour, above all in central and northern Italy, create significant potential for establishing modern retail parks under the Stop Shop brand. Our plans call for ten locations with an investment volume of up to Euro 250 mn by 2024“, explained Immofinanz COO  Dietmar Reindl.
Immofinanz: weekly performance: -0.20%

(From the 21st Austria weekly https://www.boerse-social.com/21staustria (20/07/2021)




 

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