Published at: 2017-08-22 20:55 | Author: Robert McLean
June was a big month for Zeitgeist as it completed a Warsaw deal and landed two new assets in Prague
Zeitgeist Asset Management has made its opening move in Poland with the acquisition of two buildings in central Warsaw. The buildings, offering 8,900 sqm of leasable space, are located near the Krasinski Palace in the city’s Muranow district, close to Old Town. The properties are more than 90 percent leased to the University of Warsaw’s technology institute and other tenants. The deal was made on behalf of a German pension fund, administered by Institutional Investment Partners. “With this trans...

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