Goldman Puts the ‘Edificio Mediterráneo’ in Valencia Up For Sale

11 March 2019 – Expansión

Goldman Sachs has put the ‘for sale’ sign up over the building that it owns on Avenida Cardenal Benlloch in Valencia, which used to house Bancaja’s calculation centre (Cemeca) and which has subsequently been renamed Edificio Mediterráneo.

Goldman considers that the recovery of the office rental market in Valencia and the increase in rental prices make now a good time to consider offers.

The US bank acquired the property at the end of 2014 from Bankia as part of a package of 38 real estate assets, which it purchased for €335 million.

Edificio Mediterráneo comprises seven storeys and has a surface area of 10,300 m2, with its own parking lot. Its tenants include Indra, Nedgia Cegas and Haya Real Estate.

Original story: Expansión (by A.C.A.)

Translation/Summary: Carmel Drake

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