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Atlantica buys two buildings in Rome

Posted: 19 January 2017

Atlantic Properties, an italian property company, has completed the acquisition of two buildings in Rome.

The first is a building of 15,000 square meters, which was once headquarters of the INPS, or National Social Security Institute, located in front of the mausoleum of Emperor Augustus.

The seller is the fund FIP, managed by InvestRE SGR, which has created a collection of approximately € 100 million.

The second operation concerns the acquisition for € 40 million of a building of 6,000 square meters in the central Piazza Barberini.