The Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) allowed Sever Estate LLC to take ownership of the production facilities of LLC Industrial Park Sever, the FAS reported.
"Sever Estate" is a member of the British company Raven Property Group (formerly Raven Russia), say two real estate consultants. According to SPARK, its general director is Igor Bogorodov, who runs the Moscow branch of the Raven Property Group. Industrial park "North", according to the interlocutors of "Vedomosti", belongs to the same warehouse complex on the Leningrad highway. Its total area is 380,000 square meters. The construction of this park was carried out by the firm "Orientir" (former Logopark Development) Elena Bondarchuk. In November 2017, Raven Property Group reported that it will buy 195,132 sq. M. m in this facility. The amount of the transaction was estimated at 6.6-7 billion rubles.
Now the British company is buying up the remaining areas in the logistics park, say two consultants who worked with the parties to the transaction. Bogorodov confirmed the fact of the talks, but did not disclose the details of this deal. The general director of the "Orienteering" Andrei Postnikov declined to comment.
Depending on the technical equipment of warehouses, their cost may be 35 000-50 000 rubles. for 1 square. m, says the head of the warehouse and industrial real estate department of Cushman & Wakefield Yegor Dorofeev. Thus, he estimates the area in the "North" at 6.4-9.2 billion rubles. Evaluation of the managing partner of Colliers International Nikolai Kazansky - 6.4-7.4 billion rubles.
Raven Russia is one of the largest owners of logistics real estate in Russia. Its portfolio is about 1.8 million square meters. m in the Moscow region, St. Petersburg, Rostov-on-Don and Novosibirsk. In recent years, the company has also invested in other real estate sectors. In 2017, it acquired the EPI Russia I Ky fund portfolio, which, in addition to the logistic park of Gorigo (87,000 sq. M.), Includes two office complexes - Premium (11,000 sq. M.) And Kellerman (22,000 sq m) in St. Petersburg.