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 €9.8 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
Balázs SimonyiLeasing Director
Réka BeregszásziHR Manager
Iván NagyDevelopment Director
Gyula GyőriFacility Management Director
New Age BC
Budafoki Business Center
Business Center 91
Gateway Office Park
Starlight Suiten Hotel Budapest
Mamaison Residence Izabella
Mamaison Hotel Andrássy
Courtyard by Marriott Budapest City Center
From 2022, CPI Hungary will supply the electricity needed to run its property portfolio exclusively from renewable sources, taking a major step towards sustainable building operation and enabling tenants to significantly reduce their ecological footprint.
Three market actors have joined to test the principle of demand-side regulation in a “pilot” project. Their collaboration pioneers the opportunity to periodically reduce power consumption through digital regulation by leveraging flexible reserves inherent...
CPI Hungary continues its first quarterly performance despite the pandemic-ravaged office market. Last month, two new tenants signed at the Váci Road office building, running out of space on the office floors of the project, which was completed a year and...
By the end of 2021, the entire interior will be renovated in the South Buda shopping centre, which will continue to be one of the most attractive destinations to those who are looking for family shopping and recreation.
In addition to the well-known business centres in Budapest, new office blocks are being created, which are the real gold reserves of the capital's real estate market, although not yet organised into sub-markets. One of these is the Hungária Boulevard, whe...