The State Assets Management Agency unveiled the outcomes of a recent privatization of state-owned property on Monday.
The Malika shopping center in the Shaykhantakhur district of Tashkent was sold at a public auction to Premium Prime Service for 125 billion soums, or US$ 11 million and with the condition that the company will invest another 100 billion soums in repair and restoration and create 250 new jobs.
The area of the complex is 4.4 hectares, buildings and structures occupy 48.9 thousand square meters. Malika is one of the top markets in Tashkent for household appliances and electronics. It was put up for sale last spring.
The Poytakht business center, in the Yunusabad district of Tashkent, was bought by the Emirati company Quadro IH DMCC, which undertook to pay 164 billion soums at a time, and then invest at least $6 million in the facility for repair and restoration work.
The Beldersay resort, together with the chairlift, was purchased by the Uzbek company Ulkan Mulk at a public auction for 107 billion soums, or nearly US$ 10 million.
Located in the Bostanlyk district of the Tashkent province, Beldersay has an area of more than 46 hectares, which houses buildings and structures with an area of 9.628 thousand square meters. This is a hotel for 78 people with three floors, 16 cottages, a summer swimming pool, tennis courts and other sports facilities. It has also been auctioned since last spring.