Published at: 2012-01-01 12:00 | Author: Robert McLean
HB Reavis has snagged one of the big fish of the year with Enel’s decision to locate its new headquarters at Apollo Business Center II.

Enel has chosen the latest building in the Apollo Business Center II by HB Reavis as its new headquarters, in a decision reached at the beginning of last month. The Italian-based energy company has been rationalizing its real estate holdings for over a year now, following its purchase of the Slovak Electric Company. In a tender held last year, Enel sold off a plot of land in Bratislava along...

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