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Ardian to Invest €250 Million in Offices in Madrid and Barcelona

The French investment firm is looking for opportunities to invest 250 million euros in the Madrid and Barcelona office markets over two years.

The French manager Ardian is sounding out the Spanish market with the intention of investing 250 million euros in office buildings over the next two years, through its new European real estate fund.

The objective of the investment fund is to allocate around 125 million euros of own funds to new transactions in the country, which, together with the associated leverage associated, will result in a total investment figure of around 250 million euros, according to Expansión.

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