OCP snaps up Dutch shopping centre portfolio for €46m

Amsterdam-based investor and asset manager Orange Capital Partners (OCP) has purchased a portfolio of three shopping centres in the Netherlands from IEF Capital for a total sum of just over €46 mln.

The properties -  Beverhof shopping centre in Beverwijk, Stadsdennen in Harderwijk and Leyenburg in The Hague - comprise 19,083 m² of floor space in total.

Beverhof was redeveloped in 2016 and currently provides 10,500 m2 of space.

Leyenburg encompasses 19 stores, including an AH and Jumbo supermarket. The neighbourhood shopping centre dates from 1970 and was modernised in 1996.

Stadsdennen underwent a large-scale renovation and expansion which was completed in 2011. The shopping centre now consists of 5,500 m2 of retail space, including two supermarkets: Boni and Aldi.


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