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Skanska sells the Maraton office building to Union Investment

Skanska has sold the Maraton office building, its newest investment in Poznan, to a real estate fund managed by Union Investment, which is based in Hamburg. This is the second time that this German investment institution has chosen a Skanska project in the Polish regional market.

Maraton, located in the very heart of Poznan, is Skanska’s second office development in the city. The building’s tenants, including ROCKWOOL, Sii, APS, Bridgestone, Century Link, Naspers through its OLX Group, Duni European Finance Function and REHAU Business Services have all been attracted by the project which will be an important asset in retaining current employees as well as recruiting prospective candidates.

The first building developed by Skanska and purchased by Union Investment was Dominikanski in Wroclaw. It was delivered to market in 2015. Following this acquisition, Union Investment now holds 16 properties in Poland across the office, retail and hotel sectors with a total value of some EUR 1.6 billion.

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