On Thursday, the court enforcement officer to the District Court „Katowice-Zachód” auctioned almost 1,5 ha of ZFI Havre’s land in the downtown of Katowice. The new owner will pay PLN 12,686 million for the property.
The auction gathered three bidders including Maksimum, Środkowo Europejska Grupa Inwestycyjna (ŚEGI) and a one private person. The deciding roles in the auction were acted by the first two companies. Maksimum is a local investor and developer, which purchased the old railway station building last year. ŚEGI is a Warsaw-based company that invests on the real estate market.
The estimated value of the plots amounts to over PLN 7,03 million. The initial price totaled three-quarter of the estimated value and it was PLN 5,27 million. The auction lasted over one hour and a half. After 148 bid increments Maksimum decided to give up. The winning offer of ŚEGI amounted to PLN 12,686 million.
The property is located in the downtown of Katowice in the area of Mickiewicza, Dąbrówki, Zabrska and Sobieskiego streets, and almost opposite the towers of Stalexport. The unoccupied plots serve today as a car park. The land covers the total area of 14 701 sq. meters.
The new owner did not disclose what would be the investment plan for the property.