CPI Property Group ("CPI PG or the Group") is the leading long-term owner of income-generating real estate in the Czech Republic, Berlin and the CEE region. The Group’s headquarters are in Luxembourg and its shares are listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
CPI Property Group owns and operates a large, diversified and high-quality real estate portfolio valued at €11.2 billion as of December 31, 2019.
The Group´s portfolio is highly diversified, comprising of office properties (46%, primarily Berlin, Prague, Warsaw and Budapest), followed by retail assets (24%, primarily dominant, regional shopping centres and retail parks in the Czech Republic, as well as Poland and Hungary). CPIPG also owns hotels and resorts (9%), residential properties (8%), land bank (8%), development properties (2%) and industrial, agricultural and logistics properties (2%).
73% of CPIPG’s properties are located in the Czech Republic (46%) and Berlin (27%), with the remaining properties spread across strong markets in the CEE region such as Poland and Hungary (21%) and to a lesser extent, Western Europe (5%).
Mátyás GerebenCountry Manager
Dr. Tamás PásztorHead of Legal and Operation
Bea DériDirector of PR, Marketing & Design
Attila MadlerAsset Management Director
Zita Kovács-BertókOffice Business Development Director
Mónika VinczeHR Director
Iván NagyDevelopment Director
Gyula GyőriFacility Management Director
New Age BC
CPI Group Hungary
Budafoki Business Center
Gateway Office Park
Hotel Chainbridge Mamaison & Comfort
Mamaison Residence Izabella
Mamaison Hotel Andrássy
Courtyard by Marriott Budapest City Center
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