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Foreign investors again invest in Russian offices, warehouses and shops
10.01.2012 2082

Foreign investors again invest in Russian offices, warehouses and shops

The total investment in commercial real estate in 2011, according to Cushman & Wakefield's estimates, amounted to $ 8,6 billion, $ 3,26 billion (about 38%) of which was invested by foreign investors.

Jones Lang LaSalle estimates the total investment at $ 7,3 billion, 30-40% of which are foreign funds. Taking into account sales & leaseback transactions, the total volume of transactions amounted to almost $ 10 billion, 44% of which accounted for foreign players, analysts of Colliers International calculated. Moreover, in Moscow, their share is less than the average: in the capital, out of $ 7,2 billion, they invested only 36,8%, Vedomosti reports.

Despite the difference in absolute figures, the consultants agree on the main point: the share of foreign investment in the outgoing year has grown significantly, because in 2009-2010. they accounted for only 16% ($ 506 million and $ 658,5 million, respectively, according to Jones Lang LaSalle).

Among the major transactions this year with the participation of foreigners is the purchase of the Gogolevsky business center by the Hines Global REIT fund. The same fund acquired a warehouse complex (75 000 sq. M) in Khimki. Jensen Group acquired the Nevsky Passage shopping center in St. Petersburg. Heitman European Property Partners IV closed their first deals in Russia (they bought one of the buildings of the Metropolis complex). Canadian developers Trinity Development Group and Shenkman Corporation are going to invest about $ 600 million in the construction of retail parks in Russia

As a reason for the return of foreign investors, experts call high profitability and relatively weak competition.
 The total investment in commercial real estate in 2011, according to Cushman & Wakefield's estimates, amounted to $ 8,6 billion, $ 3,26 billion (about 38%) of which was invested by foreign ...
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