COIMA RES announces that it has signed a preliminary agreement for the sale of a portfolio of 11 bank branches located in the North of Italy for Euro 23.5 million. The disposal is expected to close before June 2020.Discover more
Positive results that consolidate the quality of COIMA RES’ portfolio which further concentrates in Milan Porta Nuova. The acquisition of the Philips and Microsoft headquarters, the development of the Accenture and Bending Spoons headquarters and the reduction of the bank branches exposure to less than 10% of the overall portfolio contribute to the strengthening and to the performance of the company.Discover more
Strong growth in Italian real estate market, with investments expected to reach 11 billion euros in 2019. Over 200 delegates representing investors with combined assets of over two trillion euros of assets under management in attendance. Manfredi Catella: "Public and private sectors must work together on a plan for community regeneration”.Discover more
Aimed at architects, developers and institutions, Charter sets measurable quantitative and qualitative standards for sustainable urban regeneration. COIMA commits to principles for future development and targets €5bn in responsible investment in next 5 years, with projects worth more than €2bn in pipeline.Discover more
The building was built in 1873 and is part of Milan’s historic heritage. In the last 24 months COIMA have invested over 1.5 billion euros and disposed over 700 million euros, yielding an average net return of 15 per cent consolidating its role as a fiduciary manager on behalf of primary sovereign funds and institutional investors from Europe, the United States, the Middle East, Asia and Italy.Discover more
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat has selected Bosco Verticale as one of the world’s 50 buildings that are most valuable in terms of growth and sustainable development in their cities: a model for future skyscrapers.Discover more
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Manfredi Catella, Founder and CEO of COIMA RES, commented: “The positive results achieved in the first nine months of 2019 consolidate the quality of COIMA RES’ portfolio which further concentrates in Milan Porta Nuova, the most liquid commercial real estate segment with the greatest growth prospects in Italy. The acquisition of the Philips and Microsoft headquarters, the development of the Accenture and Bending Spoons headquarters and the reduction of the bank branches exposure to less than 10% of the overall portfolio contribute to the strengthening and to the performance of the company.”
COIMA RES announces that it has signed a preliminary agreement for the sale of a portfolio of 11 bank branches located in the North of Italy. The agreed sale price for the portfolio is Euro 23.5 million, a price substantially in line with the book value as of June 30th, 2019 (discount of 2.0%). The disposal is expected to close before June 2020.
COIMA, Italy’s leading Real Estate investment, development and management company, today hosted the eighth edition of the annual COIMA Real Estate Forum, a key event for the Italian real estate sector dedicated to analyzing and investigating economic trends, at a domestic and international level.
COIMA City Lab, a think tank focused on the research and development of sustainable urban regeneration projects, today presented its first charter, which establishes guidelines for the responsible development of future urban projects. Entitled the "Undertaking for great cities”, the charter was launched at the 8th annual COIMA Real Estate Forum held at the Fondazione Riccardo Catella in Milan.
COIMA SGR S.p.A. has sold to Invesco Real Estate Palazzo Turati, a historic building in the centre of Milan, fully leased to the Milan Chamber of Commerce. The building was built in 1873 and is part of Milan’s historic heritage. In 2015, it underwent significant renovations and it is currently one of few buildings in Milan’s city centre that offers expansive and modern spaces.
Bosco Verticale today has been officially included in the list of the world’s 50 most iconic skyscrapers of the last 50 years, adding to its international recognition through industry awards. The ranking was published by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, which had already awarded Bosco Verticale as the world’s most beautiful skyscraper in 2015.