Published at: 2018-05-25 12:10 | Author: Robert McLean
The growing collection of Czech domestic investors that’s become such a force on the local real estate market has made its mark once again with the sale of Táborská 31
The growing collection of Czech domestic investors that’s become such a force on the local real estate market has made its mark once again with the sale of Táborská 31, an office building in Prague 4’s Nusle district. 100 Towers Holding, a relatively new player on the market, stepped in to buy the building from the Česká spořitelna Real Estate Fund, which is managed by REICO.
Awash in retail investor deposits, the fund has been shedding non-core assets around the country in order to focus on...

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