1 Kungu Street

(owned and managed)   Location: in the centre of Townhall Square (sole private building), the site of the Townhall ...

6 Kalku Street

(owned and managed)   Location: 6 Kaļķu Street, prime location in the busiest pedestrian and tourist area. This corner ...

12 Kalku Street

(owned and managed)   Location: 12-14 Kaļķu Street is composed of two different buildings in an extraordinary retail ...

15 Kalku Street

(owned and managed)   Location: at 15 Kaļķu Street, a prime location in the busiest pedestrian and tourist area. This ...

19 Skunu Street

(owned and managed)   Location: this corner building faces Dome Square and is the only private building on the square; ...

2 Kramu Street

(owned and managed)   Location: the building faces Tirgoņu Street, one of the busiest pedestrian and tourist areas ...

16 Skunu Street

(managed)   Location: the building faces Tirgoņu Street, one of the busiest pedestrian and tourist streets which connects ...

Brivibas boulevard 21

(owned and managed) The building is situated in one of the best retail locations in Riga, prime location in the busiest ...

Overview

HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT

The key events in the development of the AS Baltic RE Group and its group companies are described below.

2008

Baltic RE S.P.A. (Italian company) is founded and enters the Latvian real property market.

2009

Property at 19 Šķūņu Street (Old Riga) is purchased – a historical building located in Dome Square and being the only private building in the square. The property is renovated; after renovation works are completed it is leased to solvent and well-known tenants.

2010

Property at 1 Kungu Street (Old Riga) is purchased – a historical building located in Townhall Square. The property is renovated, increasing the retail area; after renovation works are completed it is leased to solvent and well-known tenants.

The property at 6 Kaļķu Street (Old Riga) is purchased – a historical building located in the most active pedestrian and tourist street. The property is renovated, significantly increasing the retail area; after renovation works are completed it is leased to solvent and well-known tenants

2011

Property at 2 Krāmu Street (Old Riga) is purchased – a historical building located in one of the busiest pedestrian and tourist areas which connects Dome Square and Townhall Square. The property is renovated, significantly increasing the retail area; after renovation works are completed it is leased to solvent and well-known tenants.

2012

Property at 16 Šķūņu Street (Old Riga) is purchased – a historical building facing Tirgoņu Street, one of the busiest pedestrian and tourist streets which connects Dome Square and Townhall Square.

The property was renovated and sold in 2015, however the AS Baltic RE Group continues to manage it.

Property at 15 Kaļķu Street is purchased – a historical Art Nouveau building with the status of a state-protected cultural monument in Old Riga. The property is renovated, significantly increasing the retail and the office area; after renovation works are completed it is leased to solvent and well-known tenants. It was the project that enabled the AS Baltic RE Group to achieve a new level in building renovation

2013

Property at 12/14 Kaļķu Street (Old Riga) is purchased – a historical building close to Līvu Square located in the best commercial area of Old Riga. The property is fully renovated, significantly increasing the retail and the office area; after renovation works are completed it is leased to solvent and well-known tenants.

2014

Reorganization process starts in December in order for Baltic RE Group to become the holding company of the group and, consequently, the owner of all subsidiaries.

2015

The group’s activity is focused on extending its lines of business, improving the organisation of its work, thus ensuring stable and coordinated operation of all units of the group and the required financial support for the group’s units. The work with the group’s clients is active, as well as successful measures are taken to study, develop and implement new lines of business.

The building at 12 Kaļķu Street receives Latvian Construction Industry Annual Award 2015 in “Facade Renovation” nomination, as well as LANĪDA (Latvian Real Estate Association) award “The Contribution to the Improvement of Development of the Old Town, Kaļķu 12, Riga”

2016, H1

Baltic RE Group increases its share capital by issuing new registered shares. Upon this shares issue, the AS Baltic RE Group’s current fixed capital is EUR 25,000,000 (twenty-five million euros).

Revenues (consolidated) from leases and other triple net income for 2016 H1 reach EUR 2,024,952.

2017, H1

Property at 21 Brivibas Bulvaris is purchased – a historical Art Nouveau building with the status of a state-protected cultural monument in Old Riga. The property is renovated, significantly increasing the retail and the office area; after renovation works are completed it is leased to solvent and well-known tenants. It was the project that enabled the AS Baltic RE Group to achieve a new level in building renovation.

 

ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE

Baltic RE Group management evaluates, on a continuous basis, external factors that influence operations of the group companies and takes measures required to optimise and develop the group’s operations.

The AS Baltic RE Group is a parent company within the group comprising six companies. The group’s operations are connected with real estate management, i. e., the management of six properties owned by the group and one property owned by another entity.

 

MAIN OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLES

The group’s business model provides for purchasing historical buildings with prime retail high street location in central Riga, incl. Old Riga, at strategically important crossings, carrying out high quality renovation works and further leasing the premises to solvent tenants. Commercial areas owned by the group consist of both trading and office premises that are considered premium-class premises with excellent location, smartly designed layout, high quality finish and furniture, energy efficiency, innovative facilities, etc.

Striving to preserve the importance of buildings in terms of the state history, the AS Baltic RE Group is aware, at the same time, of their potential for satisfying the needs of high street vendors and tenants of high-class offices. One of the AS Baltic RE Group’s operational principles is to preserve the importance of buildings and to increase their value further on, which provides not only financial benefits for the AS Baltic RE Group, but also contributes to the maintenance of the historical centre of Riga. In the future, the AS Baltic RE Group plans to purchase commercial areas in central Riga, incl. Old Riga, except vacant land plots.

Arita Rimkusa
Arita Rimkusa
Office manager

Our benefits

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Real estate innovative property management
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Commercial Real estate focus
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Long term view and highly focused vision
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Solid fundamentals and potential incremental value through active real estate management
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Well based internal property management
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Internal record-keeping and reporting activities