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ČEZ sells rental flats in Prague Písnice

Oct 11, 2016 10:23 am
ČEZ has launched a tender to offload a housing estate in Prague 4 - Písnice, near the planned station of the new metro line. Czech business moguls such as...
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A-Heat invests €10m to expand Therme Bucharest

Oct 11, 2016 10:11 am
A-Heat will invest an additional €10m into its Therme Bucharest wellness center. The money will be used to expand the complex’s Galaxy area. Following the...
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Will CEFC get Florentinum?

Oct 11, 2016 09:58 am
The Chinese investor CEFC is reportedly close to acquiring the 50,000 sqm Florentinum business complex Penta built on Na Florenci street in Prague 1. Other...
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HB Reavis fund sells Aupark Piešťany to NEPI for €39.5m

Oct 11, 2016 09:37 am
HB Reavis Central Europe Real Estate Fund (CEREIF) sold Aupark Piešťany to NEPI for €39.5m. The shopping center features 10,000 sqm of retail space and 380...
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