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Českomoravská Nemovitostní is the new owner of Nestlé headquarters

Českomoravská Nemovitostní (ČMN) has acquired the building that serves as headquarters of international company Nestlé, adding it to its real estate portfolio. The transaction was worth hundreds of millions of Czech korunas; the parties decided not to disclose the exact figures. ČMN has bought the modern building with a glass façade from CPI, a real estate company owned by Radovan Vítek. CPI bought the building from Sekyra Group, another prominent Czech developer, for CZK 651 million in 2008.

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A first large real estate becomes a part of ČMN’s portfolio

Českomoravská Nemovitostní has closed its first large transaction. After minor and local real estate deals, it has become one of major players on the Czech real estate market after acquiring a building from IMMOFINANZ. The building serves as headquarters of ŠkoFIN, a leasing company operating under the brand of Volkswagen Financial Services (VWSF).