Property Week - July 28, 2009
Investment firm WP Carey has provided €63m ($90m) in alternative long-term finance through the sale and leaseback of Tesco’s logistics portfolio in Hungary. The finance was provided by two publicly held non-traded REITs, CPA:16-Global and CPA:17-Global, owned by WP Carey. The transaction is a part of the supermarket chains' ongoing program to release value from its property portfolio. It is WP Carey’s first investment deal in Hungary. Tesco was represented by Cushman & Wakefield. WP Carey was advised by King Sturge.
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