Published at: 2016-08-23 09:54 | Author: report
The Spanish retail market remained stable in the second quarter of 2016, with increasing demand seen in prime shopping center locations, where tenants are willing to pay higher rents in order to secure units, according to C&W’s recent Retail Market Snapshot.
TPG Capital’s €125m acquisition of a supermarket portfolio was the biggest deal of the quarter. C&W expects tenant demand will remain strong for the country’s retail market in the coming months. Investor interest in Spanish retail assets will also continue to grow, according to the C&W report.

More information in the attachement.

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