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Catella Buys 2 Office Buildings in Madrid for More Than €35 Million

The fund manager has acquired two office buildings located in the Julián Camarillo area of Madrid, with a combined surface area of more than 13,000 square metres, for 35.5 million euros.

The Swedish fund manager Catella has increased its real estate portfolio in Spain with the purchase of two office buildings in Madrid for 35.5 million euros.

Through Catella AM, the firm has acquired a property located on Calle Albasanz 15b (the “Puerta del Este” complex) and another on Calle Julián Camarillo 11, spanning a total surface area of more than 13,000 square metres.

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