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Slovenia's 'bad bank' selling property in Mariborsko Pohorje ski resort

Author Maja Garaca
Slovenia's 'bad bank' selling property in Mariborsko Pohorje ski resort Author: Mihael Grmek Licence: CC BY-SA 3.0

LJUBLJANA (Slovenia), January 17 (SeeNews) – Slovenia's ‘bad bank’, the Bank Assets Management Company (DUTB), said it is inviting binding bids for a hotel and hospitality real estate portfolio located in Mariborsko Pohorje ski resort, with a total indicative value of 6.7 million euro ($8.2 million).

The portfolio includes 4-star Hotel Arena and its adjoining 3-star Arena Annex, 4-star Wellness Hotel Bolfenk & Apartments, 3-star Hotel Videc & Apartments, residential building Pohorske Terase, as well as about 50,000 square metres of land surrounding the properties, DUTB said in a statement on Tuesday.

The deadline for the submission of binding offers is March 16. Interested parties are first invited to express their interest per e-mail, following which they will be asked to sign a non-disclosure agreement and then submit a binding bid.

DUTB was set up in 2013 as a government-owned company with the task of facilitating the restructuring of banks with systemic importance that were facing severe solvency and liquidity problems.

An attempt to sell Mariborsko Pohorje property portfolio failed last year.

($=0.817932 euro)