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Immofinanz, the Austrian property developer, has refinanced around €1.6 billion of debt this year, representing 60 percent of the group’s financial liabilities by end of September.
Poland’s Bank Pekao has written a €200 million loan to refinance the Galeria Północna retail park in Warsaw.
Deutsche Hypothekenbank has written a €81 million debt facility to finance the Galeria Baltycka shopping centre in Gdansk, Poland.
PGIM Real Estate has sourced a €300 million loan from Allianz Real Estate and Helaba to finance the purchase of more than half of the Austria Campus office complex in Vienna.
Industrial developer CTP Group has sourced a €160 million loan to refinance a logistics portfolio in the Czech Republic.
Allianz Real Estate seeks to execute €2 billion of new debt investments.
Belgian developer Ghelamco has sourced a €370 million senior loan from a trio of German banks to refinance the Warsaw Spire office complex, located in the Polish capital.
Germany’s pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank has provided a €66 million loan to Reico and a €51 million debt facility to BlackRock.
Tristan Capital and Avestus Capital Partners have jointly purchased an office park in Poland with a €71m five-year loan from pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank. The new facility will be used to acquire Enterprise Park and adjacent development land in Kraków.
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