Maston brings Henderson Park to Italy by investing in a 221 million portfolio owned by A2A
The portfolio put up for sale by A2A moves to Henderson Park, a private equity group based in London. This is a package with a value of 221 million euros, as well as the first transaction for the group in Italy.
The largest asset is located in Corso di Porta Vittoria 4 and is an office that covers 18 thousand square meters. The second asset is located in Via Balduccio da Pisa 15, Porta Romana: the building covers 6,600 square meters, but the surface can be increased up to 16 thousand square meters and could be converted into residential and offices. The latest asset in the portfolio is that of Via Gonin 51 in the San Cristoforo Navigli area with the opportunity to build 50 thousand square meters of residential development where the M4 metro will soon arrive.
Henderson Park managed the operation in partnership with the Italian Maston Investment Management. The investment represents the opportunity to position itself in areas of Milan undergoing urban regeneration that will see their value increase in future years.
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