Published at: 2017-05-25 11:25 | Author: Nina Fibigerová
Last month saw another set of deals go through at a pace that suggests this year could be at least as strong as it was in 2016
Czech investor Tomáš Fiala, owner of the Ukrainian group Dragon Capital in 2014, sold the Euro and Astra palaces at the bottom of Wenceslas Square in Prague 1. Reports claim the fund of a Czech insurance company bought the building, but this information was not confirmed by any parties to the deal. Mint Investments, which acquired the building for Dragon Capital (and continues to manage it) paid a yield of roughly 6 percent, according to Jan Voslář of Cushman & Wakefield, a number which has repo...

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