Gazprombank signed an agreement to acquire the Mega shopping mall chain in Russia. In this respect he is writing TASS, citing the bank’s comment.
The shopping centers were purchased from Ingka Centers in Sweden (the entity that previously owned and managed IKEA and the Mega shopping center in Russia). The store area is 2.3 million square meters.
“The agreement included 14 Mega shopping centers (in Moscow, Moscow region, Leningrad region, Omsk, Ufa, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Adygea, Kazan, Yekaterinburg, Novosibirsk and Nizhny Novgorod). Details of the transaction were not disclosed, the bank’s press service said.
September 14 happened It is known that Ingka is negotiating with Gazprombank regarding the sale of 14 Mega shopping malls in Russia. The companies may have already reached some agreements regarding this transaction, but they did not specify which structure of Gazprombank they were talking about. In February 2022, GPB Asset Development acquired the Boulevard Ring business center in central Moscow, and Gazprombank-Invest acquired the capital’s Gorod Kosino shopping center and St. Petersburg, Kommersant newspaper reported. became the owner of the Mezon Plaza business center in St. Petersburg ” Ingka Centers representatives told the newspaper that the company was considering various options for Mega shopping centers in Russia, but this required time. Gazprombank did not make any comments at the time.
In June reportedStockmann stores will be operational in mega shopping malls.
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