Light industrial properties are warehouse and logistics buildings that also have offices or can be used for prefabrication. Light industrial buildings must generally have certain characteristics: The real estate must be convertible, i.e. it must be possible to change functions, no manufacturing with high production depth may take place in the real estate, and the area is usually manageable.
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1. PROCIMMO SA (Zurich)
PROCIMMO Fund architects is a Swiss real estate fund investor based in Zurich. The firm has established six real estate funds in Switzerland to date. The company is very active in managing their funds, ensuring strict cost controls and extensive renovation and construction of vacant space. PROCIMMO manages funds with different investment focus. PROCIMMO 1, for example, was the first fund launched by the company and invests in industrial and commercial properties outside the cities of Western Switzerland. An exemplary investment is a light industrial property in the municipality of Bellach. The property has a plot area of 3,275sqm and the main tenant is A.T.U. Auto Technik Unger GmbH.
2. Quantus AG (Zurich)
Quantus Real Estate is a real estate manager that manages real estate and real estate loans with a market value of two billion Swiss francs for institutional and private investors. Among other things, the company buys light-industrial real estate. The investment strategy is core and the properties must have a minimum value of 10 million Swiss francs. Furthermore, real estate is sought that is logistically efficiently connected and has a high utility value.
3 Die Anlagenstiftung Immobilien DAI (Zurich)
Die Anlagegruppe Gewerbeimmobilien Schweiz DAGSIS is a part of the Die Anlagenstiftung Immobilien DAI noted in our list. DAGSIS is a Swiss real estate investor investing in commercial real estate. The company invests for pension funds in commercial and special real estate. The company’s investment strategy is sale-and-lease-back and the company invests in buildings that are characterized by long-term indexed leases with few tenants. An exemplary investment is a production and administration building in Bronschhofen/Wil with a floor space of 9,100 sqm.
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