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Trei Sells Portfolio in the Czech Republic and Slovakia to Plan B Investments

Plan B Investments acquires portfolio of 60 supermarkets and commercial properties and 10 retail parks. Trei is pulling out of the Czech and Slovak markets, with future development activities to focus on the core markets of Germany, the United States and Poland.

Trei Real Estate GmbH (“Trei”) sold its entire portfolio of 70 properties in the Czech Republic and in Slovakia to Plan B Investments, an investment group focusing on real estate investments in Central and Eastern Europe. The portfolio includes 60 supermarkets and commercial properties in the Czech Republic and 10 retail parks of the Vendo brand in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The portfolio of retail real estate in the Czech Republic and Slovakia has a total lettable area of approximately 122,000 sq m. Supermarkets are scattered all over the Czech Republic and most of them are rented by Penny and Billa food chains.

Pepijn Morshuis, the CEO of Trei Real Estate, commented: “Having already sold our retail property portfolio in Portugal to LCN Capital Partners earlier this year, the sale of our portfolio in the Czech Republic and Slovakia marks the next step in our strategic portfolio optimisation. Our goal in doing so is to fine-tune the profile of Trei as a developer. We are glad to have found a professional and reliable buyer in Plan B Investments who has realised the potential of this portfolio and who will continue to develop the properties. Going forward, Trei can concentrate fully on the development of residential projects in our three core markets, these being Germany, the United States and Poland plus on the expansion of our Vendo Park retail parks in Poland.”

Zdenek Soustal, co-owner of the Plan B Investments group, added: “I consider it unique nowadays to make a real estate transaction for about a quarter of a billion euros. We managed to acquire a portfolio from an international developer at a time when financing is scarce and becoming more expensive, the exchange rate of the crown to the euro is not stable and the real estate market does not move much. This is truly an exceptional deal. I would like to thank everyone involved for their cooperation and patience.“

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