Invest4SEE disposed the second phase of the Invest4SEE Industrial Park Dubnica to ČS nemovitostní fond, managed by REICO investiční společnost České spořitelny, a.s.. The transaction value is around 9.5 million EUR. It is reported by the real estate consulting company CBRE, which represented the seller Invest4SEE.
The second phase of Invest4SEE Industrial Park Dubnica represents fully occupied, newly-built logistics warehouses completed in 2018 and comprising warehouse, technical and office premises with the total lettable area of 16.6 thousand sq m. Tenants include food chain Lidl and two subcontractors from automotive sector - AAF and LEONI. AAF specialises in manufacturing of air filtration equipment and LEONI is a supplier of energy solutions for the automotive industry. The property was constructed in 2018 by Goldbeck and the development was carried out by SEE RE Two, a subsidiary of the vendor company Invest4SEE. Both phases of current Invest4SEE Industrial Park Dubnica have a total leasable area almost 107.000 sqm. Invest4SEE is preparing further development in current industrial park in 2020, which comprises a R&D CENTRE as well as a 10,000 sqm class A warehouse facility.
The development and investment company Invest4SEE focuses on the industrial real estate sector and concentrates its development activities in the Central and Eastern European region.
"We are very pleased that we developed and disposed another A-grade property. It is a proof to us that the quality of the products we offer is of the highest standards and attractive for international investors," says Oliver Schenk, founder of the Invest4SEE.
The Invest4SEE Industrial Park Dubnica is located in western Slovakia and together with the Bratislava region concentrates a total of 88% of all industrial areas in Slovakia. A considerable advantage of this park is the fact that it has excellent transport accessibility and location at the exit of the D1 highway
"We are very glad that we managed the sale also of the second phase of the Invest4SEE Industrial Park Dubnica to ČS nemovitostní fond. This transaction also confirmed that foreign investors still see a great opportunity for their investments into industrial and logistics segment in Slovakia," describes Marián Mlynárik, Director of Investment Properties at the CBRE.