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Vastned Retail ex-Intervest Retail / IJX – (Belgium Retail VASTB)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:43

Intervest Retail (established 1987), invests in prime inner-city shops (about 50%), and retail warehouses & shopping centres, with a portfolio comprising about 270 units in 95 properties worth about €340m (2011). It has grown mostly via acquisitions: the merger by absorption of Marie België, Mari België Turnhout, and Kipinvest (1997); merger by absorption of Immodef, Pontinvest, Immobilière des Phalènes, Golden Bell, Albert Hall and Mari België Inno (1998); merger by absorption of GL Trust, All Round Company, Immo Tielt-Winge, GL Retail, TW-Invest, Immobiliën Maatschappij Gebroeders Vits, Topleder, Immo Meldert, G.L. Trust International, G.L. Finance & Development, Cocoon Shopping Center, Aalst Invest, the bvba Interimmo en de bv onder vorm van een nv Patri-Od (1999); merger by absorption of Immorent, News of the World, Nieuwe Antwerpse Luxebuildings and Zeven Zeven (2000); merger by absorption of Immobilière de l’Observatoire (2001); merger by absorption of the limited liability companies GL Properties, Retail Development, Winvest, Immo 2000 M, Avamij, Goorinvest, Tafar, Lemi, Framonia, Micol, Immo Shopping Tienen, Immo GL (2002); merger by absorption of Pegasus Vastgoedmaatschappij (2008). In April 2013 it changed its name from Intervest Retail to Vastned Retail Belgium to reflect the identity of its long-term major shareholder.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 July 2013 03:45
 
Leasinvest – (Belgium LEAS/L3R)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:43

LeasInvest owns high-quality offices, retail and logistics properties in Belgium and Luxembourg with a portfolio comprising about 55 buildings (40 in Belgium and 15 in Luxembourg), with approx 350k sqm of space worth approx €500m including Leasinvest Immo Lux (mid-2011). Major shareholders are Ackermans & Van Haaren Group (@30%) and AXA Belgium (@30%). It became a real estate investment trust (Bevak/Sicafi) and listed in 1999/2000 and acquired a handful of buildings in 2000/1; merged by absorption with Brussimmo and Ekiport in 2002/3; cut a deal with AXA Belgium and acquired another couple of buildings in 2004/5; acquired just over half (going upto @95%+) of Leasinvest Immo Lux (ex-Dexia Immo Lux with about 15 buildings in Luxembourg), and all of Leasinvest Immo Lux Conseil (ex-Dexia Immo Lux Conseil), and bought a portfolio of buildings from Extensa Group via a contribution in kind from AXA Belgium in 2005/6; renamed Dexia Immo Lux as Leasinvest Immo Lux and Dexia Immo Lux Conseil as Leasinvest Immo Lux Conseil and bought a couple more buildings in 2006/7; acquired some retail via a deal with Retail Estates, bought Canal Logistics Brussels, Montimmo SA, and delisted Leasinvest Immo Lux in 2007/8; and has been busy buying, selling and developing since.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 July 2013 03:14
 
Montea – (Belgium Logistics MONT)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:42

Montea was established in 2006 by the De Pauw family - see Warehouses De Pauw / WDP (Link), and is “more than warehouses” as they focus on owning and developing logistics and semi-industrial buildings by strategic distribution hubs across Belgium (approx 20No. properties) and France (approx 10No. properties), mostly around Paris & Lyon, and  including built-to-suit and sale-and-leasebacks, with a portfolio comprising about 30 buildings with 55 tenants on 450k sqm worth approx €240m (end 2010). The group includes: Montea Comm; Montea Management; Montea SCA; SCI Montea France; SCI 3R; SCI Actipole Cambrai; SCI Sagittaire; SCI Saxo; SCI Sévigné; and SCI Socrate.

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 February 2012 11:10
 
Retail Estates – (Belgium RET/R6N)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:42

Retail Estate was established in 1998 by Mitiska and KBC (Cera Investment Bank) with about 70 properties with about 50k sqm of space worth approx €50m but has since steadily increased this to about 500k sqm worth about €500m with about 425 shops in about 160 properties from @1-3k sqm (upto 12k) well spread across Beligum, concentrated on retail,parks-clusters (about 75%), and out-of-towns (20%), and mostly leased to retail chains (90%). Major shareholders include AXA and the KBC Groupe, and it works with KBC Bank & KBC Securities.

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 July 2013 03:15
 
Serviceflats Invest – (Belgium SVFI/S1X/115279)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:42

Serviceflats Invest builds and finances housing for pensioners.

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 February 2012 11:17
 
Warehouses Estates Belgium / WEB – (Belgium WEB)
Tuesday, 12 July 2011 07:41

WEB was established in 1988 and owns a portfolio of offices (about 5%), industrials (about 35%), and warehouses comprising over 200 properties covering about 250k sqm worth about €135m (late 2010).

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Last Updated on Friday, 10 February 2012 11:20
 
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