From the Press
Under the radar - a close look: real-estate in an Eastern-European country that aims into the EU
Aviv Arlon Signed a Deal to Purchase Six Commercial Centers in the US for $90 Million
The commercial centers have an average occupancy rate of 90% and a total yearly operating profit of $9.6 million.
Aviv Arlon to Open €28 Million Retail Park Near Belgrade in May
Tel Aviv-based property developer Aviv Arlon will open a 30,000 square-meter (322,900 square-foot) retail park in Pancevo east of Belgrade next month.
The New Settlers
Israeli companies are taking over American shopping malls: Gazit-Globe, which fired its opening shot in the field over 20 years ago with its acquisition of the Plaza Del Rey shopping center in Miami, Florida (and the rest really is history), was joined in 2010 by Big, after Elbit Imaging and Aviv Arlon began their activities in the US in 2009.
Aviv Arlon Buys Shopping Center in Seattle for $45 Million
Aviv Arlon, controlled by Doron Aviv, Dafna Harlev, Eyal Lev Ari, and Yiftach Aloni, has signed, through a company of which it owns 38% of shares, an agreement with Canadian bank RCB for the acquisition of full rights to a promissory note, guaranteed by a perfect lien, of ownership of the Federal Way shopping center in Seattle, Washington.
Aviv Arlon Purchased a Commercial Center in Indiana
Aviv Arlon (formerly Yuli Capital Markets), controlled by Doron Aviv, Dafna Harlev, Eyal Lev Ari, and Yiftach Aloni, signed an agreement for the acquisition of the Metropolis shopping center in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA.
Real Estate Developer Aviv Arlon Closed 2009 with a Clean Profit of ILS 22.3 Million
Real estate developer Aviv Arlon, owned by siblings Doron Aviv and Dafna Harlev, Eyal Lev Ari, and Yiftach Aloni, published its financial results for 2009 yesterday. The reports indicate that the company closed last year with a clean profit (attributed to shareholders) of ILS 22.3 million, compared with losses of ILS 7.3 million in 2008.