MADRID, 19 Abr. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The founder of Inditex, Amancio Ortega, through his investment arm Pontegadea, continues with his real estate investments in London, where he has closed the purchase of the former BBC headquarters for around 82 million pounds (about 93 million euros). , as confirmed to Europa Press by sources familiar with the operation.
In this way, the founder of Inditex becomes the owner of said property, located at number 33 Foley Street, owned by Abrdán.
This purchase materializes days after acquiring a building with 120 luxury apartments for rent in the South Dublin port area for more than 100 million euros.
Specifically, the acquired building, called Opus, has 24 one-bedroom apartments, 74 two-bedroom apartments and 22 three-bedroom apartments, priced at 841,666 euros each. Ortega bought said property from the New York-based Angelo Gordon fund and its local partners, Carysfort Capital.
The founder of Inditex invests part of the dividends he receives from the textile company in the real estate sector through his investment firm Pontegadea Inmobiliaria.
Ortega owns the largest Spanish real estate agency, focused on the purchase and management of large buildings, with a portfolio of real estate assets made up mainly of non-residential office buildings located in the centers of large cities in Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States and Asia. .