Pieter Prinsloo

Hyprop shrugs off tough times

Hyprop Investments has been a market darling for some years, regularly delivering double-digit distribution growth from its impressive portfolio of malls that include The Mall of Rosebank, Clearwater Mall, Canal Walk, Somerset Mall, The Glen and Hyde Park Corner.

SA's Retail Sector is in trouble but Mall Owner managed to eke out growth

Although South Africa’s economic strife has dimmed prospects for a long-term revival in consumer spending, shopping centre owner, Hyprop Investments (JSE: HYP) is still managing to eke out growth.

Hyprop grows its Eastern Europe footprint but faces pressure back home

Hyprop Investments (JSE:HYP), the owner of blue chip malls such as Johannesburg’s Rosebank Mall, Hyde Park Corner and Canal Walk in Cape Town, is actively expanding its Eastern European property business.

Shopping Mall Investor reaps reward of portfolio growth

Shopping centre specialist, Hyprop Investments (JSE:HYP) posted double-digit distribution growth for the year to June on the back of consumer spending that supported its property portfolio in the retail sector.

Hyprop Investments interim income grows 13.4%

Hyprop Investments (HYP) which recently bought two shopping malls in Serbia and Montenegro, today reported a dividend of 297,8 cents per share — an 13,4% increase on that declared a year earlier.

Redefine, Tower and Hyprop boost offshore arms

Given the poor performance of the rand and inflation, It has become a growing trend that South African listed property companies are broadening their offshore footprint, particularly in Eastern European countries.

Hyprop acquires 60% interest in two southeastern European malls

Hyprop acquires a 60% interest in two southeastern European malls, in a bid to grow the company's footprint in emerging markets.

Retail income accelerates growth at Hyprop Investments

SA’s third largest listed property fund, Hyprop Investments says its buoyant retail property portfolio has boosted its distribution to unitholders to 262.7c a unit for the six months to December, a 13.7% increase on the 231c distribution for the corresponding period last year.

R3 billion earmarked for Sub-Saharan Africa shopping centers

Seen as the next growth point, Sub-Saharan Africa is in for a commercial transformation, with Hyprop Investments, SA’s third-biggest property company by market value, planing to invest over R3 billion (approx. $272m) developing and acquiring shopping centers.

Retail focus lifts Hyprop Investments distributions

Rosebank Mall owners, Hyprop Investments Limited today declared 9,5% rise in distributions for the six months ended December 2013 to 231c per unit, and had significantly "bulked up" its asset base to R25 billion.

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