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offices Market News: Spanish Real Estate Intelligence

Orion closed a 100 mln euro deal for an office development in Milan
03 July, Property Eu Orion Capital Managers, through a fund managed by DeA Capital Real Estate, entered an agreement concerning a development in Milan, near Bisceglie metro station. Orion acquired the site for 100 million where the private equity company plans to develop offices for a total leasable area of 27,600 Sq m. This development is included in the broader project named SeiMilano, which is carried out by the joint venture formed by Värde Partners and Borio Mangiarotti and covers a 300,000 Sq m area. Source: Property Eu Translator: Cristina Ambrosi
DeA Capital Real Estate SGR acquired a trophy asset in Rome from Kryalos SGR for 36 million
25 June, Kryalos DeA Capital Real Estate SGR has recently acquired a trophy asset located in Via Veneto, one of the most sought-after areas in Rome, from Kryalos SGR for 36 million euro. The asset consists of one level under ground and six levels above ground for a total surface of about 4,000 Sq m. The building has been recently renovated and its leased to Spaces, a company belonging to Regus, which operates in the co-working sector. The operation is comprised in a wider operation which also includes the acquisition by DeA Capital of the MeVe complex in Milan. The total value of the transaction amounts to over 122 million euro. Source: Kryalos Translator: Cristina Ambrosi
Scenari Immobiliari: rental market to decline until 2022 and then recover in 2024
23 June, Wall Street Italia In its latest outlook on the rental market trends in Milan and Rome, Scenari Immobiliari reports that the prices for office and residential rentals are expected to register a negative performance until 2022, for then recovering only in 2024. This trend will be less dramatic in the central areas, while prime properties both in Milan and Rome will return faster to the values before the pandemic. Source: Wall Street Italia Translator: Cristina Ambrosi