Published at: 2016-07-20 16:59 | Author: CIJ Czech Republic
Just as the Czech economy is looking strong, more and more owners are finding it makes sense to exit their investments
Going into 2016, most observers assumed Czech retail assets would be a major investment target for the year. Those predictions looked to be coming true in April, when Meyer Bergman announced its sale of Forum Ústí nad Labem shopping center to New Europe Property Investments (NEPI) for €82.6m. In partnership with Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP), Meyer Bergman European Retail Partners (MBERP) acquired the 27,800 sqm shopping center in a portfolio that also included Forum Nová Karolina i...

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