The Japanese investment group Sequedge has sold a real estate property in the Piazza 24 Maggio area in Milan. The property, consisting of three buildings and intended for tertiary and production functions, has been sold to a club deal of Italian private investors for a building development project. Belvedere Inzaghi & Partners-BIP assisted the Sequedge group in the operation.
Sequedge, founded in 1958, makes long-term investments in various sectors and stages of development. It is based in Hong Kong and Tokyo. In particular, in Italy it is known for having risen to 100% of the fashion brand Costume National, after having been an investor since 2009 alongside the founders Ennio and Carlo Capasa who then exited the company.