CTP, the largest owner and developer of logistics and industrial spaces in Romania, has entered into a long-term partnership with Rohlik Group ("Rohlik"), one of the European leaders in the field of online food deliveries, which announced this year that wants to expand in Romania.
The total value of transactions with commercial real estate assets in Romania reached 298 million euros in the first half of 2021, a 23% decrease compared to the same period of last year, the market being supported primarily by the return of the Austrian investors’ appetite for office buildings, according to the Romania Investment Marketbeat, launched by the Cushman & Wakefield Echinox real estate consulting company.
CTP leased a 9,000 square meters (sqm) warehouse in CTPark Sibiu to A&D Pharma, a subsidiary of Dr.Max Group, which owns the pharmacy chain with the same name. The strategically positioned industrial park, situated in the centre of the country has a built area of 20,000 square meters in 2 distinct buildings and a development potential of over 100,000 square meters.
Over 300 buildings and real estate properties were certified as ‘green buildings’ between 2010-2020 in Romania, a period that marked the first decade of sustainable development. Romania ranks 3rd among CEE countries, after Poland (1232 certificates) and Czech Republic (422). The next positions are occupied by Hungary (232) and Slovakia (124). The accelerated growth is deemed to continue, as green building becomes a strategic tool in reaching EU Green Deal targets – according to the BuildGreen 2020-2020 Sustainable Development Report.
The real estate market professionals in Central Europe returned to the level of optimism registered before the pandemic. Almost 40% of them expect an improvement in the general economic climate this year, 46% have positive expectations regarding real estate activity, and 48% rely on increasing the volume of transactions, according to the Deloitte Real Estate Confidence Survey for Central Europe 2021, conducted in the first quarter of this year in four countries in the region – Romania, Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary. At the same time, 58% of the respondents expect the availability of investment products to increase in countries where they operate.
Starting with June, Chitila Logistics Hub, a project developed by Globalworth and Global Vision, has a new tenant: Alliance Healthcare Romania, a national pharma distributor, with a leased area of 2,300 sqm.
Braiconf bought the lands of the former Comat SA and Remat SA platforms in Brăila, where it intends to build the new factory. The shirt manufacturer paid 2.5 million lei for them, according to a press release.
UrgentFreight.EU, the most efficient platform of the type of a transport exchange, is launched on the Romanian market, as a central point for taking over, managing and delivering orders that transit or constitute a point of departure or arrival in Romania.
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