B2RLaw advises long-standing client Skanska on another transaction
B2R’s real estate team has advised Skanska Residential Development, one of Europe’s largest developers, on a complicated, multi-entity transaction consisting of the acquisition of two properties in the Włochy district of Warsaw.
The purchased property shall be used for the purposes of a residential investment complex consisting of 179 flats (around 10,000 m2 of usable floor area). The value of the project, with construction costs, amounts to PLN 80 million.
B2R’s lawyers advised on legal and tax aspects of the transaction, including transaction structuring, negotiation of the transaction documentation and support in closing the transaction. The B2R team was overseen by Rafał Zięba, Senior Partner, Head of the Real Estate practice, and led by Counsel Agnieszka Wojciechowska, with Senior Associate Aleksandra Karteczka – Gurgul and Associate Natalia Leszko, in support.
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