Published at: 2017-09-29 18:19 | Author: Nina Fibigerová
The Czech fund has had to look to Poland to source the sort of prime assets it’s now committed to buying
ČS nemovitostní fond (CSNF), managed by REICO investiční společnost České spořitelny, bought the Proximo I office building in Warsaw from Hines for €116.6m. The seller was represented by Cushman & Wakefield, Crido and Dentons, while CSNF was advised by CBRE, CMS, TPA and DIL. The 15-story BREEAM Excellent-certified building offers 28,385 sqm of class A space on 12 floors, including 2,000 sqm of commercial space on the ground floor and first floor. Hochtief Polska was the general contractor for t...

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