The 2 assets, which have a total combined area of 3.500 sqm and are destined for different uses: offices and housing, are located at the Salamanca neighbourhood, one of the capital’s prime areas. Given the typology of these units, the fund plans to reach an agreement with a management company to operate them.
Eneas Alternative Investments was advised by aCapital in this operation, revealed daily newspaper Eje Prime this Tuesday. The name of the seller was not disclosed.
Eneas Alternative Investments is an independent firm dedicated to investing in unique high return opportunities in Spain in private equity and real estate. In terms of real estate, its goal is «targeting returns above 15% IRR on a single asset basis, concentrating on assets that are part of complex environments/scenarios» revealed the company on its official webpage, which further informs that «the real estate market in Spain is full of post-crisis opportunities with potential for significant value appreciation».