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Unibail-Rodamco S.E. (EPA: UL) is the largest Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) in Europe.

Unibail-Rodamco S.E. Shopping Malls

Its stock ticker symbol is UL for the CAC 40, ULA on the Dutch AEX, and ULNV on the Euronext.

UL began in 1968 as a finance leasing company formed by the Worms & Cie Group. In the 1990s Unibail began buying up distressed real estate properties, including a 23% share of Les Quatre Temps, a mall in La Defense France, in 1992. It steadily grew its ownership of retail and office properties in France.

Its president and Chief Executive Office is Guillaume Poitrinal. Its current portfolio if valued at 22.3 billion euros. It became a European company (Societas Europaea) in May 2009.

Unibail stopped being a finance company in 2002, and became a France SIIC in 2003. It was added to France's main stock index, the CAC 40 in 2007. That year it also bought Rodamco Europe N.V., a company based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and which owned shopping malls in the Netherlands, Belgium, France and Spain. That made it Unibail-Rodamco.

It is also in the Dutch AEX, DJ EURO Stoxx 50 and Euronext 100 indexes.

Most of UL's properties are shopping malls in twelve European countries. Most of them are high quality malls located in downtown areas where they get a lot of foot traffic, because they're close to public transportation -- such as Forum des Halles in downtown Paris.

Unibail-Rodamco Property Portfolio:

Carre Senart, Solna Center in Stockholm, Vélizy 2, Parly 2, Ulis 2, CNIT, Bobigny 2, Vélizy Usines Center, Boutiques Palais des Congrès, Galerie Gaîté, Carrousel du Louvre, Lyon La Part Dieu Carrefour, Galeries Lafayette, Calais Cité Europe, Euralille(3), Le Havre Docks Vauban, Dijon La Toison d’Or, Villeneuve 2, Toulouse Labège 2, Rouen Saint Sever, Bordeaux Meriadeck, Bayonne BAB 2, Rennes Alma, Châlons Croix Dampierre, Marseille La Valentine, Lyon Saint-Genis 2, Strasbourg Rivétoile, Orléans Place d’Arc, Marseille Bonneveine Carrefour, Nice Etoile, Annemasse Shopping, L’Usine Roubaix, Limoges Saint-Martial, Evry 2, Paris Aquaboulevard Decathlon, Paris Maine Montparnasse, Boissy 2, Paris - 23, boulevard de Courcelles (Paris 8e) Géant, Grigny 2, Go Sport: Marseille Grand, Plaisir Planete Saturn, Limoges Boisseuil, Paris Porte de Versailles, Paris Nord Villepinte, Cnit, Espace Grande Arche, Espace Champerret, Le Palais des Congrès de Paris, Carrousel du Louvre (Expos), Palais des Sports, Paris Le Bourget, Palais des Congrès de Versailles, Palais des Congrès d'Issy lès Moulineaux, Méridien-Montparnasse Hotel, 34-36 rue du Louvre, Paris 8, 5, boulevard Malesherbes, 2 Ter rue Louis Armand, 7 place du Chancelier Adenauer, Espace 21 (Les Villages), Michelet-Galilée,  70-80 ave Wilson, Almere, Zoetermeer, Amstelveen, Den Bosch, Hoofddorp, Eindhoven, Leidschendam, Purmerend, Amersfoort, Barendrecht, Zwijndrecht, Maassluis, Hilversum, Roosendaal, Deventer, Hengelo, Rotterdam – Lijnbaan, Eindhoven – WoensXL, Utrecht – Overvecht, Oosterhout – Arendshof, Capelle aan den IJssel – De Koperwiek, Oldenzaal – In den Vijfhoek, Almere – Buitenmere, Deventer – Brink, Stadskanaal – Oude Marktpassage, Den Haag – Wagenhoek, Amsterdam – Boven, Almere – Zoetelaarpassage, Amsterdam – Kalverstraat, Rotterdam – Woonmall Alexandrium III,Groningen – Grote Markt, Rotterdam – Plaza 3,800, Rotterdam – Korte Lijnbaan, Maastricht – Grote straat/Kleine, Haarlem – Schalkwijk, Rotterdam – K.Doormanstraat/J. Banckertsplaats, Venlo – Carleijspassage, Den Bosch – Hooge Steenweg, Rotterdam – Beursplein, Rotterdam – Coolsingel, Waalwijk – De Els, Breda – Houtmarktpassage, Sneek – Oosterdijk, Utrecht – Bakkerstraat, Den Bosch – Hinthamerstraat, Den Haag – Lange Poten, Breda – Ginnekenstraat, Amersfoort – Utrechtsestraat, Amsterdam – Leidsestraat, Utrecht – Lange, Den Haag – Spuistraat, Eindhoven – Demer, Amstelveen – Pieter, Utrecht – Mariastraat, Rotterdam – Plaza, Leidschendam – Leidsenhage, Zoetermeer – Stadshart Zoetermeer, Den Bosch – De Bossche, Almere – Zoetelaarpassage, Rotterdam – Coolsingel, Groningen – Oude Boteringestraat, Eindhoven – Piazza Center, Hoofddorp – De Polderlanden, Delft – Kalfj, Rotterdam – Hofplein, Den Haag – Wagenhoek, Amstelveen – Stadshart Amstelveen, Almere – Buitenmere, Hoofddorp – Dik Tromplein, Almere – Stadshart Almere, Solna Centrum, Täby Centrum, Väsby Centrum, Eurostop Arlandastad, Haninge Centrum, Tyresö Centrum, Nova Lund (1, 2 & 3), Eurostop Örebro, Arninge Centrum, Eurostop Halmstad, Bålsta Centrum, Eurostop Jönköping, Helsingborg, Copenhagen – Fisketorvet, Helsinki – Jumbo, Madrid – Parquesur, Valencia – Bonaire, Madrid – Equinoccio, Barcelona – Barnasud, Valladolid – Vallsur, Barcelona – Las Glorias, Cádiz – Bahía Sur, Torrevieja – Habaneras, San Sebastian – Garbera, Madrid – La Vaguada, “Madrid 2,” Seville – Los Arcos, Seville – Dos Hermanas, Albecete – Albacenter, Madrid - Leganes PP-10, Prague – Centrum Chodov, Prague – Centrum Cerny Most, Prague – Centrum Pankrac, Warsaw – Galeria Mokotow, Warsaw – Zlote Tarasy, Bratislava – Aupark, Budapest – Europark, Budapest – Árkád Örs Vezér Tér, Magdeburg – Allee-Center, Berlin – Ring-Center 1, Vienna – Donauzentrum, and Klagenfurt – Sudpark.

It owns office properties, most of which are in Paris. It also has own convention exhibition venues in France. Its office properties include La Defense, in the Central Business District, Capital 8, and Cambon.

In 2008 it purchased such high-end malls as Shopping Center Sud in Vienna Austria for $765 million. It also purchased a controlling interest in La Manquinista in Barcelona Spain from Metrovacesa. In 2008 it opened an addition to its Forum Nacka mall in Stockholm Sweden.

Unibail-Rodamco also works hard to reduce energy consumption by renovating older buildings and using energy more efficiently when installing lighting, cooling and heating systems. Their efforts placed them in the DJSI (World) and FTSE4Good indexes.

On February 5, 2010 they announced an agreement to acquire Simon Ivanhoe, a joint venture of the Simon Property Group and Ivanhoe Cambridge, which owns seven shopping centers in France and Poland, for 715 million euros. Included are Arkadia Warsaw Poland, Wilenska Station Warsaw Poland, Bay 1 and Bay 2 Marne la Vallee France, Bel'Est Bagnolet France, Villabe A6 Corbeil France, and Wasquehal in Wasquehal France.

Unibail-Rodamco S.E. is obviously a real estate investment trust/ societe d'investissement immobilier cotee well positioned to benefit from economic prosperity throughout Europe and from business activity in France, especially Paris.

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