The JLL Capital Markets team have recently advised its clients on two additional transactions.
C-Mec Holding N.V. has sold an industrial building in Kladno, Czech Republic to a private Czech investor through a sale and leaseback structure. The building forms part of industrial zone Kladno-South and was built in 2000. It comprises ca. 10,000 m² of office and warehouse accommodation with neighbouring development land of almost 4,000 m².
JLL advised C-Mec on the structuring and sale of the investment asset.
Standard Life Investments European Property Growth Fund has sold its retail warehouse in Brno to its tenant Sconto Immobilien. The property enjoys a prominent location near to Olympia Brno and the D2 highway that connects Brno and Bratislava. The total warehouse space exceeds 13,000 m².
JLL advised Standard Life on the sale of the property.
Jakub Gajdoš, Investment Analyst at JLL, comments: “These two transactions demonstrate that interest in the industrial and warehouse sector is not only focused on larger parks such as Rudná Business Park or the Bora Bora Portfolio, but investors also see interesting opportunities in single tenanted stand-alone properties. Being well aware of this trend, JLL offers its consulting services to various types of clients and across the full spectrum of property types available on the Czech and wider regional market.”