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CORPORATE PURPOSE

Acquisition, development and management of real estate operations located in Spain’s main cities, activity which carries out indirectly through its shareholding in Inbest Prime Assets S.L. and Inbest Prime Assets II, S.L.

ABOUT US

Inbest Prime I Inmuebles SOCIMI S.A. (INBEST I) is a company whose objective is the acquisition and management of first class real estate assets located in Spain’s main cities, becoming one of the leading players in the High Street segment and consolidating its investment strategy in high value-added assets, with a double objective: The creation of flagships for the main national and international operators, and the generation of Urban Hubs (last mile logistics), to respond to their needs.

ASSETS

ASSET POPULATION ACQUISITION DATE SURFACE (m2) STATE
Princesa,41 Madrid 2018 3.384 under management assets
Gran Via, 20 Bilbao 2018 5.487 under management assets
Colón 1 Valencia 2019 7.358 Comercial under management assets
Colón 7 Valencia 2019 1.878 Oficinas under management assets
Colón parking Valencia 2019 84 plazas under management assets
Triana, 33 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria 2018 1.018 under management assets
Plaza España Madrid purchasing contracts 15.000 apróx.

RELEVANT FACTS

Expenses derived from the incorporation of MAB INBEST PRIME I INM.SOCIMI S.A Descarga PDF

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

Social Statutes Inbest Prime I Inmuebles Socimi S.A. Descarga PDF

NOMBRE CARGO
Francisco Javier Basagoiti Miranda Presidente
Coblilac, S.L. Vocal
Ejaz Ahmed Hashmi Vocal
Finmaser Diversificación S.L Vocal
Los Gaduares S.L Vocal
Marfeco S.L. Vocal
Usó Ferrera Valores S.L. Vocal
Rafael  García- Tapia Secretario - no consejero

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FINANCIAL

INBEST PRIME I INMUEBLES S.A. DIIM Descarga PDF

CCAA + Audit report 2018 31/12/2018 Descarga PDF
CCAA 2017 31/12/2017 Descarga PDF
Limited Review of Financial Statements - 30.06.2019 30.10.2019 Descarga PDF