Non-performing loan acquired from a pool of banks secured by a portfolio including a LEED© Gold certified office, a grade A office building, a green sustainability awarded residential tower and the units of the fund owning the assets. Several activities have been carried out to reposition the assets and increase their liquidity.
Full redevelopment of an office building acquired from a fund in liquidation. Based on a concept design developed by the international architectural studio MAD architects, the ongoing project aims to realise a high-end and unique iconic office and residential building in Rome.
LEED© Gold certified office complex of 76,000 sqm in a primary location in Rome. The asset, mainly vacant at acquisition, has been refurbished and rebranded attracting strong interest from potential tenants and facilitating the successful lease-up process.
Development of a 71,000 sqm grade A office complex with LEED© Gold standards. The transaction envisaged the signing of a 20 years pre-let agreement as well as a forward sale and purchase agreement.
GWM led a consortium of investors which entered into an agreement with a major investment bank for the co-investment and management of a EUR 1.4 billion portfolio including 40 large real estate-backed loans in Italy. The transaction, the first of this kind in Italy, leveraged GWM’s experience and capabilities in managing complex real estate portfolios and an innovative SPV capital structure.
The redesigning and repositioning of a business park comprising four distressed grade B office buildings with a total GLA of ca. 40,000 sqm. The refurbishment plan includes the conversion of one of the buildings into a service building with gym, cafeteria, meeting rooms and co-working areas.
Development of a ca 60,000 sqm retail park in central Italy achieving full occupancy at the opening. The land plot was acquired from a bankruptcy procedure. GWM managed the planning process to modify the existing authorisations and worked together with a prominent firm of architects specialising in retail to design the centre. Pre-letting agreements for 60% of the space were secured before starting the development.
Grade A office complex of ca. 7,500 sqm in central London with significant redevelopment potential. The management plan included a light refurbishment of the communal facilities that achieved full occupancy.
Acquisition of the largest retail park in Italy with a GLA of ca. 57,000 sqm. GWM improved the tenant mix by substituting local tenants with international brands and increasing the occupancy to 100%. Implementation of new marketing strategies and events enhanced the shopping experience and increased footfall and turnover.