divestment

Citycon has signed an agreement to sell two non-core shopping centers in Norway for approximately €145.4 million. According to the agreement, Citycon will divest Buskerud center to Aurora Eiendom AS and Magasinet center to Oslo Opportunity II AS and Vedal Investor AS. The transaction is estimated to close during Q1/2022.

Mitiska REIM has completed the sale of Retail Park Mlyn in Wroclaw to AB Tewox. The retail park was originally acquired in July 2015 on behalf of the First Retail International fund (FRI).

As strategic partner, the Hahn Group has accompanied the acquisition of the Krohnstieg Center by a special fund affiliated with Ampega Investment GmbH. The seller of the property is Hamburg-based HBB, with iMallinvest Europe GmbH acting as the transaction advisor.

Hammerson announced it has completed sales of six non-core assets for total gross cash proceeds of ~ €107.7m since the half year. The largest constituent is the exchange an unconditional contract for the sale of Silverburn, a 100,000 sq m shopping center near Glasgow.

Focus Estate Fund has finalized the deal on the sale of two of its retail properties in Czech Republic to DRFG investment group: Centro Ostrava Retail Park (GLA 7, 699 sq m) in Ostrava and Most Retail Park (GLA 6, 471 sq m) in Most. The Fund acquired these assets in 2016 and 2017, respectively.

The asset was exited by KS Holding to Titanium Baltic Real Estate. The former shopping center Galerija Azur was acquired by the seller in 2016 and redeveloped over three years, then opened under the new name Ozols.

CBRE Investment Management, on behalf of the European Co-Investment Fund (ECF), has sold BIG Shopping Park in Copenhagen, owned in a joint venture with Portus Retail Partners to M&G Real Estate–part of M&G plc’s £65 billion private assets and alternatives business. The sale represents one of the largest European single-asset retail transactions.

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