COIMA’s sustainability report attests to our ongoing commitment toward sustainability and innovation, with a portfolio that is now 73% certified or pre-certified LEED, the introduction of WELL certification and the adoption of circular economy policies fostering a Cradle-to-Cradle approach, always giving top priority to the wellbeing of all those who inhabit and enjoy our properties.Discover more
Five finalist teams have been selected for drafting the transformation and urban redevelopment masterplan for the Milano Farini and Milano San Cristoforo railway yards. The competition, organized by FS Sistemi Urbani and COIMA SGR, is now entering its second phase: between January and March 2019, the 5 finalists will be preparing their project proposals, and in April the final winner will be announced.Discover more
Strong financial results in the first nine months of 2018: the leasing of the Pavilion to IBM increases the cash flow and the NAV growth, for a portfolio focused in Milan with growth potential.Discover More
Starting on Saturday October 27th Biblioteca degli Alberi, the new Porta Nuova public park developed by COIMA on behalf of the Municipality of Milan and designed by the Dutch landscape architect Petra Blaisse, is open to the public. With its 10 hectares of park land featuring a rich botanical collection of 500 trees and over 135,000 plants, it's the third largest park in the center of Milan.Discover More
The seventh edition of the COIMA Real Estate Forum took place on October 25th in Milan. The event will focus on the Italian real estate market. Click to discover more about the program.Discover More
The bid, promoted by FS Sistemi Urbani and COIMA SGR, was presented today: an international selection for the design of the masterplan for the urban transformation and regeneration of the Milano Farini and Milano San Cristoforo railway yards. Click to read the press release.Discover More
From an icon of the past, a new piece of urban modernity: COIMA presents Corso Como Place - Porta Nuova, where technology is at the service of mankind. Click to find out more.Discover More
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The 5 finalist teams have been selected to draw up the masterplan for the urban transformation and regeneration of the railway yards of Farini and San Cristoforo in Milan. The international competition organized by FS Sistemi Urbani and COIMA SGR is now approaching its second phase.
COIMA RES S.p.A. SIIQ announces that it has sold today the Eurcenter property located Rome for a price of Euro 90.3 million to Zurich Italy Real Estate Fund. The disposal of the Eurcenter represents the largest single office transaction in Rome in 2018, a market characterised by lower transaction liquidity vs Milan. The Eurcenter is COIMA RES’ second largest property, representing 12% of COIMA RES’ portfolio.
COIMA SGR has acquired from Camuzzi Spa a building located on via Ripamonti 85, Milan, across from the decommissioned Porta Romana railway yard, in proximity to Fondazione Prada and the Boehringer-Ingelheim group’s Headquarters. The Railway Yard, following the Program Agreement recently entered into between the Municipality of Milan and the Ferrovie dello Stato Group, with its 217,000 sqm, will be the focus of an important regeneration project over the next several years.
COIMA RES S.p.A. SIIQ has completed the acquisition of the Pavilion from UniCredit for Euro 45.0 million (or Euro 46.3 million including transfer tax and due diligence costs) plus a potential earn-out of up to Euro 5.0 million.
Strong financial results in the first nine months of 2018: the leasing of the Pavilion to IBM increases the cash flow and the NAV growth, for a portfolio focused in Milan with growth potential.
COIMA RES S.p.A. SIIQ announces that it has entered into a new financing agreement with UniCredit for Euro 31.5 million (including the VAT line) for the financing of the acquisition of the Pavilion. The financing is secured against the property and features a 5-year maturity and an “all in” cost of c. 1.80%. The financing will be drawn upon closing of the acquisition which is expected by January 2019.