Hili Properties, the Maltese-owned real estate investment group, has finalised the acquisition of the Dole shopping centre in the suburbs of Latvia’s capital Riga.
The three-storey property boasts 8,000 square metres of gross leasable area and is occupied by more than 60 tenants. Currently 95 per cent leased, the shopping centre’s tenants include supermarket chain Rimi, Olimpic Casino, and quick service restaurant brand Hesburger, and beauty and household essentials chain Drogas.
Dole is situated in the Kengarags neighbourhood, one of Riga’s southern suburbs with an extensive catchment area. Located in a densely populated residential district, the shopping centre is well-positioned to offer a comprehensive range of everyday goods and services.
This is the latest addition to Hili Properties’ international commercial real estate portfolio, which includes real estate around the Baltics, Romania and Malta. Hili Properties portfolio is now valued at €125 million. The company’s last major acquisition in the Baltics took place in 2015 when it had acquired nine retail complexes in and around Riga.
Hili Properties’ strategic portfolio occupies a footprint stretching from Malta to the Baltics and Romania, and encompasses dedicated business blocks, high street retail complexes, and real estate housing McDonald’s restaurants.
Every asset is managed to utmost operational efficiency and environment-friendliness. Led by internationally experienced finance and property sector professionals, Hili Properties pursues a strategy to expand its footprint in key cities in developing real estate markets.
Hili Properties is the property business within Hili Ventures, a multi-disciplinary group headquartered in Malta. Hili Ventures is engaged in multi-sited activities in partnership with McDonald’s and Apple, logistics, engineering, technology, and property through six divisions. Present in nine countries with a team of 9,000 people, Hili Ventures is a proud partner of Allison, Cisco, CMA CGM, Konecranes, IBM, Lenovo, Microsoft, NCR, Terberg, Tranter, Diebold Nixdorf, and other global brands.