Launched in 2003 and listed on NYSE Euronext Amsterdam, this regulated investment vehicle provides access to the property markets of the vibrant economies of Central and Eastern Europe. Focusing on high-yielding regional office and retail investments, the diversified portfolio currently holds 4 assets in Czech Republic, 8 in Slovakia, 11 in Poland, 2 in Ukraine and 1 in Bulgaria with a total volume of ca. € 100 million.
A regulated, closed-ended private equity and development fund launched in 2006 to invest in real estate development and corporate holdings across Central and Eastern Europe, with a current volume of ca. € 2 million.
A regulated closed-ended private equity fund created in 2007 to invest in real estate opportunities and corporate holdings across Central and Eastern Europe with a current volume of ca. € 13 million.
Structured in 2008 as a Dutch closed-end fund and investing through a Czech joint stock company, this entity was created to acquire and manage over 60 properties bought from Telefonica CZ. The assets are distributed across the Czech Republic and the entity has a current volume of ca. € 45 million.
A closed-ended fund structured in 2008 to acquire and develop over 60 hectares of zoned residential and industrial land to the east of Prague, Czech Republic.
A mandate from private clients to acquire and manage well-leased, high-yielding commercial real estate in Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic. To date, 13 assets have been acquired with a current volume of over € 120 million. These assets include 8 Albert-anchored hypermarkets and 4 associated retail parks acquired in February 2016, and the Bang&Olufsen production facility south-west of Ostrava, CZ, acquired through a sale and leaseback in 2014.
AC Vastgoed Nederland C.V. is a regulated closed-end fund structure holding 9 well-leased commercial and hotel properties across the Netherlands with an occupancy of 93.4%. The current estimated value is ca. € 60 million.