Amancio Ortega, the founder of Inditex, through his investment vehicle Pontegadea, is considering buying the future headquarters of Meta, the conglomerate that groups Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, in Dublin, for 550 million euros, according to the React News portal.
In the case of carrying out the operation, whose negotiations could be advanced, Ortega would become the owner of the Fibonacci Square office project, developed by Ronan Group, with an area of 100,000 square meters, six buildings and capacity to accommodate 8,000 people.
From Pontegadea they have not commented on said transaction, according to Europa Press.
With this purchase, the Spanish magnate would add a new asset to his investment portfolio, since at the beginning of the month it was announced that he will buy different distribution centers of Amazon, Home Depot, Nestlé, Fedex and TJX in the United States, and announced the purchase of a luxury housing skyscraper in New York for 500 million.
The founder of Inditex invests part of the dividends he receives from the textile company in the real estate sector through his investment firm Pontegadea Inmobiliaria.
In fact, Ortega owns the largest Spanish real estate company, with a portfolio of real estate assets made up mainly of non-residential office buildings located in large cities in Spain, the United Kingdom, the United States and Asia.
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