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Prologis Announces Definitive Agreement on Prologis Park Bucharest A1

Prologis, Inc., the global leader in industrial real estate, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement whereby CTP will acquire Prologis Park Bucharest A1 in Romania. The binding agreement is subject to customary closing conditions.
Developed in 2007 and 2008, the park’s four buildings comprise 107,770 square metres of Class-A industrial space. Each building has achieved Energy Performance Certificate rating ‘A’. The park, which includes 36.4 hectares of land for potential development, is located along the Bucharest-Pitesti highway, Romania’s primary east-west interstate motorway, and is approximately 23 kilometres west of downtown Bucharest. It is the only park developed by Prologis in Romania.
“This transaction is in-line with our investment strategy of aligning our portfolio with global markets. Upon closing of this transaction, Prologis will exit the Romanian market”, says Ben Bannatyne, managing director, regional head, Prologis Central and Eastern Europe.
Remon Vos, CTP CEP. “CTP focuses on central European markets and has recently extended the number of projects in Romania, in particular to accommodate existing clients. CTP builds industrial property for manufacturing companies and the portfolio will reach 3 million square metres by year end.”
CTP is a Dutch-based, full-service commercial real estate developer and manager, specializing in the delivery and management of custom-built, high-tech business parks for leading international and domestic companies making strategic investments in new or expanded operations in Central Europe. CTP is the owner of the CTPark Network, the largest integrated system of premium business parks in Central Europe, with over 2.5 million m² of A-Class properties in 55 strategic locations.

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