According to the bank website, "The Project consists of an engagement with Dragon Capital to i) fund capital expenditures for deep refurbishment of a c. 9,000 sqm gross lettable area (GLA) office building located in Kyiv and ii) refinance expenses related to the acquisition of two warehouses located in Kyiv and Kharkiv with a total of c. 26,000 sqm GLA. The total debt deployed by the EBRD will be USD 12.5m.
The Project will support the development of office building and retroactive financing of expenses related to the acquisition of Dragon Capital's portfolio, located in Ukraine."
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