Porta Romana, the real estate fund that Coima launched and that attracted the investments of Covivio, Prada holding and Coima Esg City Impact, received from Milan municipality the authorization for building the village for Milano-Cortina 2026 Winter Olympic Games (see here a previous post by BeBeez). Porta Romana, CEV, Grassi, Crespi, and Milani subscribed a call for tender for building the village by July 2025. Intesa Sanpaolo will support Coima, Covivio and Prada Holding with a Sustainability-linked Loan.
Ceetrus Italy and Nhood Services Italy, both part of AFM which belongs to the Mulliez Family, will develop and manage the infrastructure covering the tracks of the regional railway line between the Milano Cadorna station and the via Mario Pagano bridge through a public-private partnership (see here a previous post by BeBeez). The project is worth 800 million euros and attracted a government financing facility of 180 million. Cetrus and Nhood aim to create Fabbrica dell’Ossigeno, a centre for scientific divulgation with the support of Milan Polytechnic University.
Ardian Real Estate European Fund II (AREEF II) and Primonial REIM France purchased a 12.300 sqm building based in Milan from Melograno, a vehicle that InvestiRE (part of Gruppo Finnat) manages (see here a previous post by BeBeez). Ashurst and 5LEX advised the buyers that aim to make the asset a “Net Zero Energy Building” through a ‘Build-to-Green+’ strategy.
Chronos, a fund that Kryalos manages and that attracted the resources of Bain Capital Credit in 2020, and Aquileia Capital Service sold a 6.700 sqm building based in Milan to an undisclosed buyer (see here a previous post by BeBeez).
Milan-listed SIIQ Next RE (fka Nova RE) said that in light of the current market volatility it withdrew the launch of a one billion euros capital increase that Milan-listed Dea Capital was supposed to subscribe by 31 December 2022 (see here a previous post by BeBeez). Next has a market capitalization of 37.3 million euros.