HB Reavis Group is a leader in the Slovak real estate market. The company was established in 1993 as a real estate agency. The company entered the development business in the mid-1990s by building its first office complex in Slovakia - Bratislava Business Center (BBC I). Many successful projects that followed made it a leader in domestic development.
HB Reavis Group has completed the following commercial projects: BBC I-IV, Apollo Business Center I, City Business Center I-II and office buildings in Logistics Center Bratislava - Rača. Two projects are currently under construction, namely Aupark Tower and Apollo Business Center II, which is currently the largest business complex in Central and Eastern Europe. After their completion in 2008, with more than 230,000 m2 of rental space, HB Reavis Group will become the dominant player in this segment of the Slovak development field. Additional projects in the pipeline are: CBC III-IV, Forum Business Center, the Twin City office and Aupark Tower in Košice.
Beginning in January 2006 Apollo Business Center became registered in the German market of closed share funds. The fund is managed by Hannover Leasing, a company with a long history in European financial and investment markets.
Hannover Leasing is a German company with a long history in European financial and investment markets. The company manages an asset portfolio of over € 11.2 billion. The core business of Hannover Leasing is real estate and the company develops and executes its own investment transactions in accordance with the needs of its German and international investors.
Hannover Leasing has more than 20 years of developing tailor-made financial and investment solutions. In its international endeavors, Hannover Leasing successfully introduced a closed real estate fund “Prague City Center" in the Czech Republic (one of the leading closed share funds for Central and Eastern Europe). In 2005 it made important investments in the United States of America and in Poland. Hannover Leasing Company.
Hannover Leasing, with its shareholders’ structure (Landesbank Hessen-Thueringen Girozentrale 50% - assets € 144 billion.