The complex built in 2010 has a 45.100 sqm GLA spread across 4 office buildings, with penthouses with terraces. The complex also features 1.200 parking spots spread across two underground floors.
Located within Madrid’s Rivas Futura business park, this is a corporate complex designed to host engineering, tech, finance and service companies.
The financial entity is Silicius’ second institutional shareholder. Silicius currently has more than 43 shareholders and Liberbank entered its capital with more than 8% of the shares.
Following the capital increase, Silicius CEO, Juan Diaz de Bustamante, stated that «we are very happy with this new capital increase since it will allow us to reinforce our corporate project and diversify our portfolio».
According to the CEO «this operation is in line with the company’s goal to continue growing by incorporating new shareholders supportive of Silicius’ long-term project and who will bring in assets in line with our investment policy».
«Even during such a complicated year as was 2020 we were able to surpass 2019 in terms of capital increase operations which resulted in adding assets «appropriate» for Silicius», added Juan Diaz de Bustamante.
This new operation was concluded just two months after Silicius had closed another capital increase operation, in October, for 19.7 million euro, which was achieved by absorbing Inmobiliaria Ibérica, as well as incorporating three new assets: two retail parks within the Parque Oeste Alcorcón and building Las Matas, all located within the Community of Madrid.