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JLL has advised Allianz Real Estate Germany on the acquisition of Central Shopping Centre

​JLL Slovak Capital Markets & Advisory team has successfully closed an acquisition of Central Shopping Centre. JLL team acted on behalf of Allianz Real Estate Germany GmbH which acquired this prime inner city shopping mall located in Bratislava, Slovakia from  Slovak developer and investor Immocap Group.

„Acquisition of Central Shopping Centre underlines continuous attractiveness and increased interest in the Bratislava real estate market. We are extremely proud we could participate in this landmark transaction which represents one of the biggest  real estate deals in recent history." stated Miroslav Barnáš MRICS, Managing Director and Head of Capital Markets at JLL Slovakia.

Central is a mix-use commercial scheme comprising shopping mall, two office buildings and a hotel. Shopping centre was opened in 2012 and is one of the newest in the Slovak capital. It benefits from strategic and very favourable location, featuring one of the main transportation and transit hub in Bratislava.

The Central Shopping Centre encompasses ca. 150 retailers spread across ca. a 40,000 sqm of leasable area distributed over four floors. The shopping centre is positioned at the mid - market level and offers well-diversified tenant mix across most retail categories. The scheme is predominantly fashion driven, featuring well known anchor tenants including Inditex group (Zara, Berska, Stradivarius, Pull&Bear), Mohito and C&A.

Allianz Real Estate Germany is a subsidiary of Allianz Real Estate which forms the strategic umbrella for all real estate investments of Allianz worldwide. Allianz Real Estate Germany is responsible for real estate investment and asset management by the Allianz companies in Germany, Austria, Eastern Europe and Scandinavia. (

The Slovak Investment team at JLL is a market leading advisory service which helps investors, sellers & buyers to accommodate their acquisition and disposal requirements.