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A dynamic year in the industrial and logistics sector

Modesta Real Estate looks back on an exciting year in the industrial & logistics asset class.

Vienna/Bratislava - 2018 was another strong year for Modesta Real Estate.

A total of 761,000 sqm of industrial and logistics space as well as development sites with a transaction volume of 180 million Euros was finalized.

The transactions were processed in Austria, Slovakia, Spain and the Czech Republic and involved 140,200 sqm of logistics space, 46,800 sqm of industrial and production space and 574,000 sqm of land.

2018 was a dynamic year for us in the industrial and logistics sector. We were able to conclude transactions in four different countries. The new year is continuing without a break, we already have three international projects worth almost 65 million Euros in the pipeline.

Sebastian Scheufele, SIOR, Managing partner of Modesta Real Estate

CONTACT:

Modesta Real Estate
MG Real Estate GmbH
Sebastian Scheufele, SIOR
Managing Partner
Dr. Karl-Lueger-Platz 5
1010 Vienna
phone: +43 1 513 29 39 – 22
fax: +43 1 513 29 39 – 14
email: scheufele@modesta.at
website: www.modesta.at

Modesta Real Estate
MG Real Estate GmbH
Barbara Woransky-Neydl
Media & Research
Dr. Karl-Lueger-Platz 5
1010 Vienna
phone: +43 1 513 29 39 – 12
fax: +43 1 513 29 39 – 14
email: woransky-neydl@modesta.at
website: www.modesta.at

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