The Slovenia Times

Supernova takes over another ten shopping centres


After acquiring ten centres run by Mercator at the beginning of the year, Supernova is now taking Qlandia shopping centres in Kamnik, Kranj, Krško, Maribor, Nova Gorica, Novo Mesto and Ptuj.

It is also buying what it calls shopping parks in Metlika, Ravne na Koroškem and Slovenske Konjice.

The transaction was green-lighted by the Competition Protection Agency in November, according to the watchdog's web site.

Austrian-owned Supernova will cover the transaction with its own funds and loans.

The new centres round off the company's existing portfolio excellently, allowing Supernova to serve the entire Slovenian population, CEO Markus Pinggera was cited as saying in the press release.

The acquisition means that Supernova will have exceeded EUR 100 million in annual revenue from leases and its Slovenian ventures make up more than 30% of its revenue.

Supernova's real estate assets amount to a total of EUR 1.5 billion.


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