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Genesis Buys the Sevilla Factory Shopping Centre From Bentall Green Oak

The company has paid 15 million euros for the shopping centre, which spans 16,200 m2, to Harwood, a subsidiary of the Socimi Gore Spain, which is controlled by the fund Bentall Green Oak.

The company Genesis has bought the Sevilla Factory shopping centre from Harwood, a subsidiary of the Socimi Gore Spain Holdings, which is, in turn, controlled by the North American investment fund Bentall Green Oak. The shopping complex is valued at 15 million euros.

The Sevilla Factory shopping centre, which is located in the Sevillian municipality of Dos Hermanas, spans a gross leasable area of 16,200 square metres and has 1,200 parking spaces. The complex also has an annex building for promotions and was the first outlet centre in Andalucía when it opened in 1999.

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