You can find Skanska’s buildings not only on real estate sites, but also in leading architectural magazines. Is it compatible with profitability? How did tenants' needs and rents change, and how can we build futureproof buildings today? Marcin Łapiński, Managing Director of Skanska Hungary knows the answers.
In 2015, office buildings located in Central and Eastern Europe attracted a great deal of interest from investors. Projects situated in prime locations such as Warsaw, Prague, Budapest, Bucharest, and Polish regional cities have often found buyers even before construction has been completed. However, the requirements of investment funds are increasingly demanding with developers needing to create products with added value. To successfully create added value, Skanska not only builds offices but nurtures good relationships with their clients as well.
Skanska has sold Building B of the Green Court Bucharest office complex. The property has been acquired by investment company Globalworth Real Estate Investments, which already owns Building A. The Green Court Bucharest scheme is Skanska’s first office development in Romania.
Skanska has sold Corso Court, its office project in Prague. The building has been purchased by global investment manager Invesco Real Estate on behalf of one of its German separate account mandates. This is Skanska’s second investment in the Czech capital to be acquired by Invesco Real Estate.
The cornerstone ceremony for Nordic Light, Skanska Property Hungary’s 7th office building in Budapest, was held on April 2nd. Located conveniently on inner Váci Road, Nordic Light is to become one of the most prestigious new office buildings in the capital of Hungary. CBRE was appointed as the exclusive letting agent of Nordic Light office building.
Skanska started the construction works of its seventh office building in Budapest. Nordic Light, as it has been named, is being developed on inner Váci road, the main office corridor of Budapest. Phase I is scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2016.
The SEE region offers investment possibilities across such countries as Serbia, Croatia and Romania with the office and industrial sectors providing potentially higher returns with increased risk than the more established but increasingly competitive markets in Central and Western Europe. Although one of the major obstacles to investment market development is the limited supply of office and industrial investment grade product despite tenant demand.
Green House was chosen to be the World Gold Winner in the office category for the FIABCI World Prix d’Excellence Awards 2014. The highest recognition was handed over by Dr. Flavio Gonzaga Nunes, the World President of FIABCI, during the 65th Fiabci World Congress and World Prix d’Excellence Awards Presentation Ceremony on the 21st of May in Luxembourg.
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