Greenberg Traurig advised Marvipol Development S.A. on the block sale of rental apartments in the first stage of Moko Botanika to the Heimstaden Bostad Group.
Moko Botanika is a modern residential development comprising 477 residential and 6 commercial units, situated in the Służewiec area of Warsaw. It was designed entirely by the architectural studio Kuryłowicz & Associates.
The Greenberg Traurig team was co-led by Local Partner Kamil Majewski and Senior Associate Filip Widuch, who were supported by Associates Marcin Gralewski, Jakub Gajzler and Alicja Flis.
Managing Partner Jolanta Nowakowska-Zimoch supervised the transaction. “We are very pleased to have advised the Marvipol Group on transactions in the PRS sector, which continues to attract institutional investors focused on the private rental segment,” said Jolanta Nowakowska-Zimoch, Managing Partner of the Warsaw office of Greenberg Traurig.
“Congratulations to the Marvipol Group on completing yet another transaction in this sector with our involvement. We want to thank our Clients for their trust and the opportunity to support them in future projects”, added Kamil Majewski, Local Partner at the Warsaw office of Greenberg Traurig.
Marvipol Development S.A. is one of Poland’s largest real estate developers, present in the real estate market for over 25 years and operating in two primary segments: residential and industrial.
Heimstaden Bostad is a European residential property owner and operator. Currently, the company owns 150,000 residential units in 10 European countries.
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