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Wood & Company picks up Hadovka

Nathan North 08 June 2018

Nathan North

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Nathan is responsible for the English section of the magazine. Nathan was born in Manchester in the UK and completed a master’s degree in philosophy at the University of London. As well being responsible for editing the English section of ‘Eurobuild CEE’ magazine, he also contributes news from around Central Europe and articles on the investment and industrial markets and on architecture. In his free time he likes playing piano, drawing and cooking.

Wood & Company picks up Hadovka
Hadovka Office Park has been refurbished and obtained a BREEAM-In-Use 'Excellent' certificate
CZECH REPUBLIC Europa Capital has completed the sale of Hadovka Office Park in Dejvice (Prague 6) to investment bank Wood & Company for an undisclosed sum.
The four-storey building, which is located on Evropská, the city’s airport corridor, comprises 22,265 sqm of office space as well as two underground parking levels. It is 100 pct leased to such tenants as CapGemini, Merck, Otis and Carrier.

The property was acquired in 2015 for the Europa Fund IV fund from Helaba and Resolution Capital Management for EUR 43 mln. Since then it has been refurbished and has obtained a BREEAM-In-Use certificate with a rating of ‘Excellent’.

Vladimír Jaroš, the CEO of Wood & Company, has commented on the deal: “We are pleased to be adding Hadovka Office Park to our portfolio within the Wood & Company Czechoslovak High-Yield Real Estate sub-fund, which already consists of three recently acquired office projects in Bratislava. Our goal now is to focus primarily on the Prague office market, where Hadovka fits well into our plans and strategy. It is a class ‘A’ office building in a unique location with a well-diversified tenant mix and we are dedicated to further improve services for our tenants.”

For this transaction the seller was represented by Savills, while CBRE represented the buyer. According to Chris Sheils, CBRE’s head of investment properties in the Czech Republic: “The sale of Hadovka Office Park is one of the largest transactions this year. We expect significant activity in the office, retail and industrial/logistics segments and that the volume of Czech transactions will exceed EUR 2 bln in 2018.”

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