Newsec, SEB and Summa Advisers sell four assets on behalf of BPT Secura Fund (EE/LT/LV)

BPT Secura, the oldest real estate fund currently managed by BPT, successfully continues structured sale of the Portfolio by selling another four commercial real estate properties, all together comprising of almost 50,000 m² of gross floor area. The buyer is Estonian based private investor Capital Mill.

The sale is part of the divestment process of BPT Secura A/S and the latest transaction means that half of the Portfolio is disposed.

The Portfolio bought by Capital Mill includes one property in Vilnius 22,000 m² in Zariju logistics center, one property in Riga 12,000 m² in Valdemara office center and two properties in Tallinn 9,200 m² in Ravala five office center and 6,500 m² in Logistika center.

“The sales process of BPT Secura Portfolio attracts solid attention from both existing and new international investors. We have learned that structured sales process as well as professional seller, such as BPT, ensures much higher investor interest, allowing luxury to choose the most efficient decision. BPT decided to split the Portfolio into several parts and we are happy to conclude transactions with different buyers, in this way denying the fact that Baltic markets are illiquid”, says Neringa Rastenyte, Head of Transactions at Newsec Baltics.

“This is the sign that investors rediscover Baltics again indicating good prospects to get into radar of major regional and international players going forward”, says Arturas Geguzis, Partner at Summa Advisers.

BPT Secura is managed by BPT Asset Management A/S. The fund originally consisted of 11 retail, office and logistics properties across Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, totaling approx. 100,000 m² of prime property.

Source: Newsec

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