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Mint Investments acquires Prague business centre

Mint Investments, a Central European real estate investment & asset manager acquired the International Business Center (IBC) in Prague on behalf of a syndicate of private investors. The buyer was AEW Europe, a multi-national real estate asset manager, with over €60 billion of assets under management. AEW was advised by CBRE, Havel, Holásek & Partners and Mazars. Mint Investments were advised by Mareš Partners and EY.

Built in 1993, International Business Center consists of ca. 23,800 sqm of lettable area and 299 parking spaces. IBC lies next to a Hilton Hotel, in the heart of Karlin’s growing CBD. The building has nine above ground floors and two underground floors. IBC has received a BREEAM In Use Very Good certification.

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