Published at: 2019-04-16 13:06 | Author: Robert McLean
It took the Czech investor till the end of 2018 to make its first acquisition in Slovakia - and the first for its second real estate fund
The Czech investment group Redside has completed the acquisition of the Trenčin Industrial Park in Slovakia in a deal whose value is estimated at nearly €90m. It’s being described as the largest industrial deal of the year in Slovakia. It also marks the first time Redside has completed a deal in the country. Originally developed for AU Optronics in 2010, the facility is currently leased to a portfolio of premium automotive and electronics tenants. JLL represented the vendor (AU Optronics), attra...

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