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February 3, 2023

A super-dynamic investor on the real-estate market: Globalworth has purchased Unicredit building for EUR 43 M

Globalworth Real Estate Investments Ltd has announced on Monday that it has bought Unicredit’s headquarters building in Bucharest for approximately EUR 43 M, according to a press release. The transaction will be finalized in the first quarter next year. The office building was built in 2012 and is completely leased out to Unicredit Tiriac Bank. Located in the northern part of Bucharest, the office building is 15-storeys high and has a rentable surface of 15,500 square meters, being part of the top 30 most impressive bank headquarters in the world.

“The purchase of the Unicredit building, one of the most prestigious office buildings in Bucharest, consolidates Globalworth’s position as the most important investor on the office building market in Bucharest,” Globalworth Real Estate Investments Deputy CEO Dimitris Raptis stated.

The takeover of the Unicredit building comes on top of other purchases recently made by Globalworth on the office building market in Bucharest: Green Court Building A, Nusco Tower and Nusco Land. The company points out that it could try to find new funds in order to finance one or several of the purchases listed above but also other purchases too.


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