Along with Geneva, Zurich has the highest real estate prices in Switzerland. As the largest Swiss city and a global financial centre, the metropolis offers the best conditions for profitable real estate investments. This article is based on the unique Top 100 Real Estate Investors Switzerland – List of the largest investors.

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1. ACRON AG

ACRON was founded in 1981 and is an internationally positioned real estate investment company with headquarters in Zurich and Dallas (USA). Additional business units exist in Luxembourg, Germany and Brazil. ACRON focuses on real estate investments for high net worth private clients and institutional investors. The transaction volume amounted to CHF 2.1 billion in mid-2021 (Switzerland share 38 percent, USA share 48 percent), with a focus on office properties and hotels. At the end of 2020, an exclusive resort in the fashionable US winter sports resort of Aspen was acquired.

2. Swiss Life Real Estate

Swiss Life is the largest Swiss life insurer and has been in existence since 1857. In the Real Estate division, they deal with real estate investments – for themselves and for third-party clients. The apartment building portfolio comprises CHF 77.7 billion and consists mainly of residential properties and commercial properties, including mixed-use properties. Nursing homes and student residences are also sought after. The purchase of the two properties “Das Herzog” and “Leo am Park” in Vienna in mid-2021 fits in with this.

3. Novavest Real Estate AG

Novavest focuses on management and development of residential properties, mixed-use properties, office and commercial buildings. Geographically, it focuses on the urban areas of Basel, Bern, Aarau, St. Gallen, Winterthur and Zurich, as well as the axes in between. One example is an apartment building portfolio acquisition in Basel in mid-2020. The acquisition comprised 111 apartments as well as smaller office and commercial spaces. At the end of 2020, the Novavest real estate portfolio (residential and other) reached CHF 645.4 million.
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Scandinavia is an economically strong region with fascinating landscapes and therefore predestined for both business and holiday travel. The best conditions for a broadly diversified hotel market. These three Scandinavian companies (also) invest in hotels. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Hotel Investors Europe – List of the largest hospitality real estate buyers.

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1. Pandox AB

Stockholm-based Pandox is a leading Scandinavian hotel investor and operator. The hotel portfolio comprises 156 properties with approximately 35,000 rooms in 15 countries. The focus is on large hotels in sought-after business and holiday destinations. Pandox uses different models for the management contract, for example a lease agreement. In Germany alone, Pandox is involved in 38 hotels. They are managed under well-known brands such as Leonardo, Maritim, Radisson Blu or Dorint.

2. Hospitality Invest

Hospitality Invest’s origins in Oslo date back to the 1990s. Today, the Norwegian privately owned investment company engages in four business segments: Hotels & Resorts, Other Real Estate, Care Services and Human Resources Services. In the hotel segment, Hospitality Invest focuses on acquiring and operating properties in Norway and Sweden. Areas covered: Business hotels as well as tourist hotels in Nordic holiday destinations.

3. CapMan Real Estate

Helsinki-based CapMan is a Finnish investment and asset management company that engages in three areas: private equity, real estate and infrastructure investments. CapMan Real Estate looks after the real estate business with 2.5 billion euros of assets under management. Real estate funds are launched for this purpose, including hotel funds – for example the CapMan Hotels II Fund. The fund’s assets comprise 29 hotels, mainly in Finland, which are let long-term to tenants with strong credit ratings.
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The UK has a large and sophisticated hotel market. It covers all categories of temporary accommodation – from the classic city hotel and business-casual mix to the design hotel, boutique hotel or budget hotels. Some real estate investors on the other side of the Channel prefer to invest in hotels. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Hotel Investors Europe – List of the largest hospitality real estate buyers.

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1. Nine Group

The Nine Group, based in Watford near London, is a UK property investor that invests in a variety of asset classes but particularly in hotels and hotel-like properties. Most of the properties can be categorised as budget hotels, business hotels or serviced apartments and are all located in England. The portfolio currently comprises more than 20 hotels. The Nine Group is not only active as a developer and investor, but also operates hotels under well-known hotel brands, for example as a franchisee.

2. Avestus Capital Partners

Avestus Capital is a primarily Irish real estate investor and asset manager with corporate offices in Dublin, Prague and Warsaw. It invests in a variety of asset classes, including hotels. The regional focus is on Ireland, the UK, Western Europe and Central Eastern Europe. The portfolio includes, among others, the Four Seasons Hotel in Prague – a 5-star luxury hotel with 161 rooms directly in the historic city centre at Charles Bridge.

3. Amaris Hospitality

Amaris Hospitality in Glasgow is part of the LRC Group, a privately owned real estate investment group. Hotel investment and hotel management company – this is the business model of Amaris Hospitality. The portfolio currently comprises 30 properties in the UK – mostly higher-class hotels in major British cities and in locations of tourist interest from the business-casual mix and design hotel segments. The hotels are partly operated as franchisees – predominantly under the Hilton and Mercure brands such as the Mercure Stratford upon Avon Shakespeare Hotel.
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The Free and Hanseatic City is home to a number of well-known real estate investors. Some of them also invest in hotels, boarding houses, houses with serviced apartments and other properties for temporary living. We present three of them here. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Hotel Investors Europe – List of the largest hospitality real estate buyers.

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1. ECE Projektmanagement G.m.b.H. & Co. KG

ECE Projektmanagement is part of the ECE Group, a group belonging to the Otto Group. The ECE Group develops real estate in all asset classes and entire city districts. Another focus: shopping center operations. A current lighthouse project with a hotel component is the MesseCity Cologne. Six office and hotel properties are to be built by 2024. The two hotels – a Motel One and an Adina Apartment Hotel with serviced apartments – will open as early as 2021.

2. Union Investment Real Estate GmbH

Union Investment Real Estate is part of Union Investment, the fund management company of the Volks- und Raiffeisenbanken, and operates real estate investments within the framework of real estate funds. Hotels form an investment focus alongside others. The portfolio currently comprises 77 hotels in Europe and the USA with a total value of EUR 5.9 billion. Hotels account for around 16 percent of Union Investment Real Estate’s total real estate assets.

3. DFV Deutsche Fondsvermögen GmbH

Deutsche Fondsvermögen has been in existence since 2008 and was founded by a network of private and institutional partners. A key sponsor is Profunda Vermögen GmbH. DFV launches closed-end funds for real estate and real estate projects in the areas of hotels, student housing and infrastructure. Hotels in the 2 to 4-star segment with 100 to 300 rooms are sought. Locations: major cities, metropolitan regions and medium-sized centres in Germany and Austria.
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As a trade fair and banking centre as well as a transport hub, Frankfurt is a classic business hotel location. However, renowned real estate investors have also chosen the Main metropolis as their headquarters. Some of them also invest in hotels. We present three of them here. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Hotel Investors Europe – List of the largest hospitality real estate buyers.

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1. Deka Immobilien Investment GmbH

Deka Immobilien is part of the Deka Group, the investment group of the German savings banks organisation. It manages assets with a global volume of around 47.2 billion euros. It invests in all asset classes, including hotels. In the case of hotel investments, Deka Immobilien is looking for properties in prime locations with a value of 30 million euros or more, which are no more than 10 years old and are let long-term to tenants with good credit ratings. One example is the Hyatt Centric The Loop, Chicago.

2. IC Immobilien Holding AG

IC Immobilien Group is considered one of the largest full-service providers of commercial real estate in the German market. It manages assets worth €12 billion in 18 closed-end real estate funds. The group’s hotel commitments include a portfolio of six properties newly built in 2014 with approximately 940 beds and 31,000 sqm of space. They are managed under the hotel brands Adagio (Accor Group), B&B and Motel One.

3. OFB Projektentwicklung GmbH

OFB Projektentwicklung has been in existence since 1958 and is a subsidiary of Helaba, the Hessische Landesbank. Its main business is project development, alongside project management, general contracting and real estate management. For hotel projects (all star categories and hostels), the company is looking for suitable sites as well as existing buildings. Investment volume: 30 million to 100 million euros. Locations: central and convenient locations or established hotel locations in TOP 7 cities as well as in booming urban areas.
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Munich is the real estate hotspot par excellence in Germany and therefore predestined as a location for real estate investors. The Munich market itself offers many interesting investment opportunities, including hotels and other offers for temporary living (e.g. boarding houses, serviced apartments or budget hotels). This article is based on the unique Top 250 Hotel Investors Europe – List of the largest hospitality real estate buyers.

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1. Reiß & Co. GmbH

Reiß & Co. is a real estate investor focusing on project developments in the area of new construction projects and refurbishment. In addition to residential, office and commercial properties, the interest is also directed towards hotels. One example is the conversion of the former EnBW group headquarters in Stuttgart into a “Motel One” budget design hotel. The new hotel, which has just been completed, offers 400 rooms. In another project – Kontorhaus “Leder-Schüler-Höfe” in Hamburg – an existing hotel building is being refurbished for renewed hotel use if necessary.

2. Dr. Weissmann Immobilien Verwaltungs GmbH

Dr. Weissmann Immobilien operates on the market as weissmanngroup. The Munich-based company has been in existence since 1959 and was originally a pure real estate investor. In the meantime, the focus of its activities has shifted to project development and refurbishment. Hotel investments have been part of the Weissmann business model from the very beginning. However, the company is also involved in other asset classes. A typical hotel project is the renovation of a former apartment building in Munich’s central Gärtnerplatz district into a boutique hotel.

3. Hammer AG

Hammer AG was founded back in 1951 and operates as a project developer and real estate investor. The company is family-owned. Purchases are made both for the company’s own portfolio and on behalf of customers. Investments are made in various asset classes, including hotels. Interest is focused on existing properties in the Munich metropolitan region and in major Bavarian cities. Properties should have an area of at least 4,000 sqm.
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As a tourist magnet and capital city, Berlin is an internationally sought-after hotel location. Business hotel, design hotel, boutique hotel, boarding house – there is nothing that is not available here. Renowned hotel investors also have their headquarters in the metropolis and manage their business from here. In the following article, three are presented. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Hotel Investors Europe – List of the largest hospitality real estate buyers.

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1. TLG IMMOBILIEN AG

TLG IMMOBILIEN AG is a portfolio holder of office, retail and hotel properties in Germany. In addition to its headquarters in Berlin, the company is also represented in Dresden, Erfurt, Frankfurt/Main, Leipzig and Rostock. The portfolio comprises properties worth over 3.7 billion euros. In the case of hotels, TLG Immobilien focuses primarily on inner-city locations. The portfolio currently comprises seven hotels. TLG IMMOBILIEN has been part of the real estate investor Aroundtown SA in Luxembourg since 2020.

2. EWG Vermögensverwaltungs GmbH

EWG Vermögensverwaltung has been in existence since 2014 and carries out real estate investments and transactions for its own portfolio and on behalf of family offices or institutional investors. The real estate acquisitions concern all asset classes, including hotels (with and without operators). Interest is focused on German locations in major cities with more than 200,000 inhabitants. These can be existing buildings or projected buildings. Investment volume from 10 million euros.

3. Foremost Hospitality GmbH & Co. KG

Foremost Hospitality is a real estate investor that focuses entirely on hotels. It operates both as a hotel project developer and as an operator – the latter in connection with well-known hotel brands such as Hilton or Holiday Inn. Three projects are to be realised before 2021: the Hampton by Hilton Stuttgart City Centre, the hotel project Stuttgart City Hauptbahnhof and Hampton by Hilton Dusseldorf City Centre – all three in a central location in the vicinity of the main station.
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Real estate portfolios comprise a plurality of properties that share a common characteristic – for example, as a fund special asset, as the subject of a deal, because they belong to an asset class, and so on. Some investors target portfolios rather than individual transactions in their deals. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Residential Real Estate Investors Germany – Largest Real Estate Buyers.

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1. Covivio Immobilien buys Berlin residential portfolio

Covivio is a French REIT formed in 2018 from the merger of French company Foncière des Régions and German Immeo SE. Covivio prefers to invest in office, hotel and residential properties in France, Germany and Italy. At the beginning of 2021, Covivio took over a residential portfolio of 11 properties in Berlin- Mitte and Treptow-Köpenick with 450 residential units and 22,000 sqm of rental space.

2. DeWAG Wohnen engages in Rosenheim

Stuttgart-based DeWAG Wohnen is a Germany-wide residential real estate investor with an investment focus on prospering major cities and metropolitan areas. The portfolio comprises 28 locations with over 4,000 residential units. Assets under management reach almost EUR 725 million. Activities were further expanded with the recent acquisition of a residential portfolio with 390 apartments in Rosenheim near Munich. The acquisition was made for a Dutch pension fund.

3. d.i.i. Deutsche Invest Immobilien acquires residential portfolio in Nuremberg

Founded in 2006, the Wiesbaden-based d.i.i. Group specializes in building and managing residential portfolios for institutional and private investors. It has investments in real estate in over 50 locations in Germany. The investment volume amounts to approx. 2.3 billion euros. Currently, a further residential portfolio consisting of 15 properties with 253 residential units in the Nuremberg conurbation has been acquired.
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Residential complexes are buildings or complexes of buildings that are used exclusively or predominantly for residential purposes. When rented out, they offer regular, easily calculable income. This is an important reason for real estate investors to get involved. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Residential Real Estate Investors Germany – Largest Real Estate Buyers.

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1. Commerz Real AG Invests in Subsidised Housing

Commerz Real AG is the real estate investment subsidiary of Commerzbank and has existed in this form since 2007. It offers real estate and real asset funds for private and institutional investors and manages assets of 35 billion euros. The company is headquartered in Wiesbaden. A new residential complex to be built in Nuremberg-Mögeldorf was acquired for the open-ended real estate fund “Hausinvest” at the beginning of 2021. It will comprise 97 residential units and is publicly subsidised.

2. Alpha Real Estate buys residential complex in Saxony

Mannheim-based Alpha Real Estate Group is an asset and investment manager specializing in the German residential real estate industry. Its focus is on investments related to the privatization of residential portfolios. This also applies to the acquisition of two residential complexes in Borna and Brandis – two locations in the greater Leipzig area – which took place at the beginning of 2021. The two residential complexes comprise a total of 28 properties with 211 residential units and 13,300 sqm of living space.

3. Aachener Grundvermögen buys residential portfolio in Munich

Founded in 1973, Aachener Grundvermögen Kapitalverwaltungsgesellschaft mbH in Cologne originally targeted real estate investors in the Catholic Church sector. Today it also addresses foundations and other institutional investors. It launches real estate funds for its clientele, including several residential real estate funds. In January 2021, Aachener Grundvermögen acquired a real estate package consisting of eight residential complexes with 295 publicly subsidized apartments in the Munich area.
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Mixed-use properties combine various functions in one property – for example, living, working, shopping, leisure and/or gastronomy. Such buildings are often found in central locations or new urban districts. These investors prefer to invest in the mixed-use asset class: This article is based on the unique Top 250 Residential Real Estate Investors Germany – Largest Real Estate Buyers.

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1. Mimco Capital buys passage in Haldensleben

Mimco is a German-Luxembourg real estate investment company in Berlin and Luxembourg that offers real estate-related fund solutions. In Germany, it focuses on real estate revitalization, while in Luxembourg it focuses on residential development and restructuring. The Luxembourg fund subsidiary MIMCO Capital has now acquired the Hagenpassage in Haldensleben near Magdeburg – a typical mixed-use property. The passage was built in 1997 and has 10,400 sqm of rental space. The 17 million euro purchase was made for the EVEREST ONE fund.

2. PATRIZIA Immobilien focuses on “mixed use” in Berlin

Since 1984, Augsburg-based PATRIZIA Immobilien AG has been involved in a wide range of real estate investments. It offers institutional investors direct investments and fund solutions, and more recently also real estate funds for private investors. Investments are made worldwide in various asset classes. The real estate assets under management amount to around 47 billion euros. In Berlin-Kreuzberg, a mixed-use office property was recently acquired for an institutional investor. The rental space is divided between a data centre and two office buildings.

3. Quantum invests in mixed-use quarter in Brandenburg

Quantum Immobilien AG is an owner-managed real estate investor and project developer in Hamburg that has been in existence since 1999. The project development volume amounts to 4.9 billion euros, the investment volume to 8.2 billion euros. Quantum offers investment solutions for institutional investors. At the beginning of 2021, Quantum purchased the mixed-use quarter development “Sonnenhöfe” in Schönefeld (Brandenburg) for several professional pension funds. The quarter with residential, office and commercial units comprises 54,000 sqm of rental space.
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As a banking city and transport hub in Germany, Frankfurt has always been of interest to real estate investors. Many real estate companies are committed to the Main metropolis, the Rhine-Main region or beyond, and conduct their business from here. This also applies to the following three investors in apartment buildings: This article is based on the unique Top 250 Residential Real Estate Investors Germany – Largest Real Estate Buyers.

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1. Industria Wohnen buys project in Mainz

Industria Wohnen is a Degussa Bank subsidiary and has been in the residential real estate business for decades. In autumn 2020, the residential portfolio was increased with a Mainz project development. The deal is worth around 92 million euros. The project in the upper town of Mainz provides for ten apartment buildings with 205 residential units and 15,000 square meters of living space. The acquisition was made for the special AIF “Wohnen Deutschland VII”.

2. Greenwater Capital with successful residential fund

Greenwater Capital in Frankfurt sees itself as a real estate investor and asset manager with a focus on residential properties. Since 2010, it has been able to build up an attractive residential portfolio – including for the Rhein-Main Wohnfonds. It comprises eight multi-family houses worth 30 million euros in Frankfurt, Mainz and Offenbach. The fund, which has been in existence for a good year and a half, has already been able to demonstrate its potential.

3. AviaRent Invest strengthens its residential portfolio in Frankfurt

Frankfurt-based investor AviaRent specializes in particular real estate segments – care properties, micro-apartments, schools and daycare centers, financed by special funds for institutional investors. The acquisition of six residential properties in Frankfurt also fits into this concept. They offer typical city living space for singles, couples and small families. The apartment buildings are scheduled for completion by 2023.
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Cologne is the Rhineland metropolis par excellence and has always been an important location for the real estate industry. Well-known investors have their headquarters in the cathedral city and control their activities from here beyond Cologne. This article presents three Cologne investors who are active in the area of multi-family houses. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Residential Real Estate Investors Germany – Largest Real Estate Buyers.

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1. Peach Property focuses on growth in Germany

Swiss-based Peach Property Group is focusing on residential real estate in Germany. Significant parts of the business are bundled through the subsidiary Peach Property Deutschland in Cologne. The group has acquired 10,290 additional residential units in Germany within a short period of time, increasing the residential portfolio to 23,000 in 2020. To finance growth, Peach Property has issued two bonds for more than EUR 500 million.

2. Valoria expands its position in Emden

Cologne-based Valoria AG operates as an investor and portfolio holder of apartment buildings in northern Germany and northern North Rhine-Westphalia. In line with this strategy, Valoria acquired further properties in Emden with a total of 45 residential units and four commercial units in autumn 2020. Emden is the most important Valoria investment location. In total, the apartment buildings in Emden now comprise 125 units, a good third of Valoria’s total residential portfolio.

3. Municipal company GAG builds residential complex “Poller Damm”

GAG Immobilien AG is Cologne’s largest housing company and is predominantly municipally owned. The “Poller Damm” construction project is currently being realized in the southeastern district of Cologne-Poll. On a 7,300 square metre plot, 89 publicly subsidised apartments and two residential groups are being built as multi-family houses. The residential complex is scheduled for completion by mid-2022 and will strengthen the supply of affordable housing in Cologne.
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Hamburg is one of Germany’s TOP 7 cities, and at the same time a sought-after location for companies that invest in apartment buildings in the city on the Elbe (and not only) – including in privately owned properties, freehold residential complexes and part-owned properties. We present three investors with selected projects. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Residential Real Estate Investors Germany – Largest Real Estate Buyers.

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1. Quantum Immobilien invests 185 million euros

Hamburg-based Quantum Immobilien AG has been involved in project developments, as a real estate investor and provider of real estate funds for institutional investors since 1999. At the beginning of 2021, Quantum acquired a residential portfolio for 185 million euros. It consists of five apartment buildings in Berlin, Hamburg and Tübingen with 500 residential units and 37,000 square meters of rental space.

2. MPC Capital makes initial investment for new fund

MPC Capital in Hamburg has been in existence since 1994 and operates as a real estate investment company within the MPC Group. A first property was recently purchased for the open-ended special AIF “ESG Core Wohnimmobilien Deutschland”: a new multi-family building in Pinneberg in Schleswig-Holstein. It comprises 33 residential units with 2,700 square metres of rental space, 70 percent of which have already been let. The purchase price is EUR 12 million, and the fund is expected to total EUR 300 million.

3. Union Investment focuses on mixed-use properties in Amsterdam

Union Investment Real Estate is the real estate investor of Union Investment, the fund company of the Volks- und Raiffeisenbanken. The Hamburg-based subsidiary is expanding its position in the Amsterdam residential property market. It secured the AMST project – two mixed-use properties with just under 22,000 square metres of lettable space (around 16,000 square metres for residential use, the rest for commercial use) – for its UniImmo retail fund. The project is scheduled for completion in 2022.
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Munich is considered the real estate hotspot of the republic. Nowhere is housing as sought-after and expensive as here. Munich real estate investors are also aware of this and are investing in apartment buildings locally, but also in Bavaria and elsewhere. What they are looking for are mostly as-new properties with no need for renovation or refurbishment. We introduce three investors. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Residential Real Estate Investors Germany – Largest Real Estate Buyers.

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1. Fundamenta Germany acquires Hamburg apartment building

Munich-based Fundamenta Deutschland is a subsidiary of the Swiss Fundamenta Group, an internationally oriented real estate investor and asset manager headquartered in Zug. In Germany, the business focuses on residential portfolio investments in A-cities and high-growth B-cities. For the “FG WOHNINVEST DEUTSCHLAND” fund, a new, fully let apartment building with 40 residential units and 1,700 square meters of living space was purchased in Hamburg last year.

2. Allianz Real Estate invests in apartment buildings in Nuremberg

Allianz Real Estate is the real estate investment subsidiary of the Allianz Group and sees itself as a leading global investment and asset manager. At the beginning of the year, the Allianz company acquired a project with 300 residential units in Nuremberg for its residential portfolio. The project consists of three multi-family buildings to be completed by the end of 2022 with a focus on affordable housing and climate-friendly construction.

3. Catella Real Estate

Catella is a Scandinavian investment platform based in Stockholm with investment focus on North, West and Southwest Europe. Catella Real Estate in Munich looks after the German market. For the “Catella Modernes Wohnen” fund, two apartment buildings were acquired in Berlin and Hamburg in autumn 2020. In Hamburg, an existing property was purchased for EUR 40 million, and in Berlin-Marzahn, despite rent control and the rent cap at the time, the fund invested EUR 50 million in a project development.

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Berlin is a city of apartment buildings. Large apartment complexes and housing estates characterise the cityscape. Despite rent control, rent brakes and rent caps, the capital and its surroundings still offer high value for some investors in apartment buildings. Interest is also directed at properties in free float, privatised apartment buildings and residential complexes in part-ownership. This article is based on the unique Top 250 Residential Real Estate Investors Germany – Largest Real Estate Buyers.

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1. Inspiration Modernizes Residential Portfolio

Berlin-based Inspiration Group is a privately owned Berlin investor active since 2009. Recently, it successfully modernized a residential portfolio in Fürstenwalde near Berlin. It comprises a total of 23 apartment buildings with 317 residential units and 16,000 square meters of rental space. The properties were already acquired in 2019 with renovation requirements. The vacancy rate was reduced to three percent thanks to the renovation. Fürstenwalde is an interesting residential location for employees of the future Tesla Gigafactory.

2. Adler Real Estate AG sells apartment buildings

Adler was once known as the Frankfurt-based office machine manufacturer, but since 2016 the company has been operating as Adler Real Estate AG in Berlin. In addition to investments, the strategy also includes residential portfolio optimization with disinvestment. To this end, Adler Real Estate recently agreed the sale of 5,000 residential and commercial units in a total of 36 German cities. The buyer is an international real estate investor. The net proceeds amount to €237 million.

3. Deutsche Asset One acquires Berlin project

Deutsche Asset One is a Berlin-based investment and asset manager specializing in multifamily properties. It recently acquired a project development with 93 apartments and four commercial units in Berlin-Neukölln – part of a new urban quarter with 137 apartments. Construction is scheduled to start in the second half of 2021, with completion scheduled for 2023. The purchase price amounts to EUR 41 million.
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Office properties are in demand in Scandinavia – especially in large cities. The trend towards a service society, but also the high economic strength, ensure high demand for office space. Office property investors know this. This article is based on the unique Top 100 Real Estate Investors Scandinavia – List of Real Estate Buyers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark.

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1. Tristan Capital Partners LP

Tristan Capital Partners in London is a spin-out from the real estate investment company AEW Europe founded in 2009. In Scandinavia, they have an office in Stockholm. Tristan Capital Partners makes real estate investments for in-house funds. One of the objectives is to resell the property at a profit after it has been “upgraded”. At the end of 2020, the historic telegraph building in Oslo was successfully sold to a syndicate for EUR 210 million after extensive renovation.

2. CapMan Real Estate

Founded in 1989, CapMan Oyj is a Finnish investment company for institutional investors based in Helsinki. The investment focus is on private equity, infrastructure and real estate (CapMan Real Estate). For the fund “CapMan Nordic Real Estate III”, a portfolio consisting of three properties (pure office or mixed use) was acquired in December 2020. The properties are located in the central Stockholm industrial area of Västberga and are to be revitalised.

3. Castellum AB

Castellum is one of Sweden’s largest listed real estate companies with a property portfolio equivalent to approximately €8.8 billion. The Gothenburg-based company focuses on investments in office, logistics and mixed-use properties. Regionally, the business focuses on Sweden and the greater Copenhagen and Helsinki areas. A historic office building in the central Sörnäinen district of Helsinki was acquired at the end of 2020. The seller is CapMan Real Estate. The transaction volume amounts to €23.7 million.
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Residential real estate investments in Scandinavia are concentrated primarily in the urban centres. This is where the majority of the population lives and works. Price trends and rents suggest good returns. This article is based on the unique Top 100 Real Estate Investors Scandinavia – List of Real Estate Buyers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark.

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1. Patrizia AG

Patrizia AG in Augsburg is a real estate investment company that has been in existence since 1984. Its real estate assets under management amount to over 45 billion euros. In Scandinavia, Patrizia is represented by its own subsidiaries in Copenhagen and Stockholm, where it manages 1.7 billion euros in assets. As a direct investment for institutional investors, Patrizia purchased a residential project development in Vegastaden near Stockholm for EUR 62 million at the beginning of 2021. The property, which consists of two buildings, will offer 189 apartments upon completion.

2. Fastighets AB Balder

Founded in 2005, Fastighets AB Balder is a Swedish project developer and real estate investor based in Gothenburg. The investment focus is on residential, commercial and hotel properties in Scandinavia, the UK and Germany. An ambitious Balder project in the small town of Kungälv, north of Gothenburg, began in February 2021 with the groundbreaking ceremony. The historic street Västra Gatan is to receive a sustainable upgrade through new development. Plans call for 128 new rental apartments and commercial space.

3. Heimstaden

Heimstaden in Malmö is one of Sweden’s largest private residential real estate companies. Behind it is Norwegian entrepreneur Ivar Tollefsen. The property portfolio of rental apartments is concentrated in southern Sweden. Founded in 1998, Heimstaden is now the leading investor in this segment in Sweden. Two further spectacular projects were realised before the end of 2020. The Danish residential property portfolio (6,237 apartments) was acquired from Niam AB for the equivalent of more than EUR 1.6 billion. At the same time, Heimstaden purchased 253 additional apartments in Mölndal in the Gothenburg area.
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Scandinavia is part of the European market for logistics properties. Rental yields here are on average higher than in other parts of Europe. This makes logistics real estate investments in the far north interesting. This article is based on the unique Top 100 Real Estate Investors Scandinavia – List of Real Estate Buyers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark.

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1. M&G Investments

London-based asset manager M&G plc was formed in 2017 from the merger of M&G Investments and the European arm of UK financial group Prudential. M&G manages more than £320 billion of assets. Funds for various investor groups are launched under the M&G Investments brand, including property funds. For the “M&G European Property Fund”, a logistics property in Norrköping, southwest of Stockholm, was acquired for 36 million euros in autumn 2020.

2. Nordic Real Estate Partners

Nordic Real Estate Partners (NREP) has been in existence since 2005 and is represented in all Scandinavian countries except for its headquarters in Nordhavn near Copenhagen. NREP operates as a project developer and real estate investor in various sectors, including logistics properties. In this segment, one of the most modern logistics centres in Norway was acquired at the end of 2020. The property is located in the vicinity of Oslo, comprises 84,400 square meters of space and is leased long-term to the Norwegian grocery chain Coop.

3. Catella Group

Stockholm-based Catella Group is a Swedish, pan-European financial group focusing on corporate finance, fund management and real estate investment. The group has existed in its current form since 2009. In mid-2020, Catella Group acquired a 170,000-square-metre site in Norrköping near Stockholm in a joint venture with the former owners of furniture supplier Royal Design to build a 70,000-square-metre logistics hall. The tenant is Postnord TPL AB.

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With the ports of Algeciras and Valencia, Spain has two of the top 10 seaports in Europe and is therefore interesting for logistics investments. But e-commerce is also popular in Spain and requires corresponding logistics space. This article is based on the unique Top 100 Real Estate Investors Spain – List of Buyers of Hotels, Commercial and Residential Properties.

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1. Prologis Germany Management GmbH

Prologis is a US REIT based in San Francisco that invests in logistics real estate worldwide. The German and European market is handled by the subsidiary Prologis Germany Management in Düsseldorf. Last year, a major acquisition round was concluded via the German subsidiary. The takeover of two logistics properties in San Fernando de Hanares near Madrid completed the acquisition of the portfolio of the Spanish REIT Colonial. The deal comprises a total of 18 properties in Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and Guadalajara with a total area of 473,000 square metres and a volume of €425 million.

2. Real I.S. AG

Real I.S. is a German real estate investment company based in Munich, which launches real estate funds for private and institutional investors. It also invests in the Spanish market through Real I.S. Spain in Madrid. At the end of 2020, Patrizia AG acquired a logistics portfolio in the greater Madrid area. It consists of two logistics properties with a total area of 110,000 square metres. The main tenant is Amazon. The deal worth EUR 150 million was made for the special real estate fund “Real I.S. BGV VII Europa”.

3. Patrizia AG

Patrizia AG in Augsburg has been active as a real estate investment company since 1984. To this end, it launches real estate funds – initially for institutional investors, but now also for private investors. Patrizia is active on the Spanish market with its own subsidiary in Madrid. Last year, four logistics halls under construction in the Valdemoro logistics park near Madrid were acquired under a forward purchase agreement. The halls are to have a total area of 65,800 square metres and are to be completed by 2022. Patrizia has 652,000 square meters of logistics space in Spain, including 515,000 square meters in the greater Madrid area.
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Residential property prices in Spain have risen steadily in recent years. Housing in the country’s urban centres and coastal regions is particularly sought-after. Residential property investors are also aware of this. This article is based on the unique Top 100 Real Estate Investors Spain – List of Buyers of Hotels, Commercial and Residential Properties.

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1. ADVERO Properties Socimi, SA

Founded in 2017, Barcelona-based real estate company ADVERO Properties Socimi specializes in residential rental properties for middle-income tenants. ADVERO has been listed on the stock exchange since 2019. It prefers to invest in the urban regions of Madrid and Barcelona. To date, the portfolio comprises 126 apartments. In autumn 2021, another property was acquired in Madrid for 2.5 million euros. The building with a total of 17 apartments is located in Vallecas in the south of Madrid.

2. Ayco Grupo Inmobiliario S.A

Ayco Grupo Inmobiliario is a listed real estate company based in Madrid that has been in business since 1941 and is involved in residential real estate projects. One of its ongoing projects is Ayco Living Seville. For this purpose, it already acquired an 18,000-square-metre plot in the municipality of Camas, near Seville, in 2018. A complex with around 200 apartments is being built in the five-year project, which has a volume of around 200 million euros.

3. Gavari Properties

Gavari Properties in Madrid has been listed since mid-2020 and is a real estate investor specializing in student housing. Its investment focus is on “non-prime” buildings in urban centers in Spain in need of renovation. This is exactly the case with the building Gavari acquired last year in Madrid’s Simancas district. The property has an area of 1,594 square meters and offers both residential and commercial space. The purchase price was 2.25 million euros.
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The office property market in Spain is mainly concentrated in urban centres such as Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Valencia and Bilbao. However, it is not only here that investors in Spain are becoming involved in office properties, but also in other parts of the Iberian peninsula. This article is based on the unique Top 100 Real Estate Investors Spain – List of Buyers of Hotels, Commercial and Residential Properties.

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1. Mabel Capital

Mabel Capital is an owner-managed Madrid-based investment company that invests money in a broadly diversified manner – real estate investments form a mainstay of its business alongside others. Currently, Mabel Capital has acquired a nine-storey, 5,000 square metre office building in the heart of Lisbon. The seller is a Portuguese bank. This is Mabel Capital’s third Lisbon project. Already in 2018, four buildings were acquired in the capital of Portugal for 74 million euros, and a shopping centre is planned on a site near Lisbon.

2. UBS Asset Management (Switzerland) AG

UBS Asset Management is the fund company of the major Swiss bank UBS and is also a major player in the fund business internationally. Its range of funds includes real estate funds that invest globally in real estate. For the “UBS (I) Zurich Italy – Real Estate Fund (UBS-ZIREF)”, a twelve-storey, 7,000 square metre office building in the centre of Madrid was recently acquired for 52 million euros. The striking property is part of the Salamanca Office District skyline. Salamanca is one of the highest-quality locations in Madrid.

3. AEW Europe

AEW Europe (Paris) and its sister AEW Capital Management (Boston) are part of the Natixis Global Asset Management division in the French Natixis banking group. The AEW brand has been synonymous with real estate management and investment since 1981. At the end of last year, AEW Europe acquired an 8,400-square-meter office building in Barcelona for its “AEW Europe Value Investors II (EVI II)” fund. This is already the third AEW office investment in the Catalan capital.
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The Netherlands is a logistics hub on the European continent. The port of Rotterdam is the largest in Europe and among the top 10 worldwide, making investments in logistics real estate in the Netherlands per se interesting. This article is based on the unique Top 150 Real Estate Investors Benelux – List of Real Estate Investors in Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg.

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1. Certitudo Capital

Certitudo Capital in s-Hertogenbosch in North Brabant is a private project development and real estate investment company that has been operating in the market since 2002. It invests in residential and commercial properties, including logistics properties, in order to resell them with “added value”. This also applies to the logistics property in Maastricht’s Beatrixhaven Business Park with 8,000 square metres of space, which Certitudo already thoroughly renovated in 2017 and sold profitably to a French private investor in 2020. The property is permanently let to a solvent user.

2. VDG Real Estate

VDG Real Estate is part of the VDG Group – a family-run group of companies (Van Dijk) that has been in existence since 1969 and originally dealt only with insulation materials. Today VDG covers a wide range of construction services and makes real estate investments through VDG Real Estate. Last year, the investment subsidiary acquired a plot of land in the Schiphol Trade Park, not far from Amsterdam Airport, on which a 23,000 square metre logistics hall will be built in the course of 2021.

3. Patrizia AG

Patrizia is a German real estate investor in Augsburg since 1984, which launches real estate funds for institutional and private investors. For this purpose, it invests in residential and commercial real estate. The investments are made worldwide. Last year, Patrizia acquired a logistics project in Veghel (southern Netherlands) for around 65 million euros. It consists of two halls. One hall – 25,929 square meters in size – has already been built, the second hall with 28,211 square meters is currently being completed.
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In terms of per capita income, the Dutch belong to the European upper class and are thus one of the richest European countries. The strong purchasing power makes retail real estate investments in the Netherlands interesting – despite the growing importance of e-commerce. This article is based on the unique Top 150 Real Estate Investors Benelux – List of Real Estate Investors in Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg.

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1. DE HOGE DENNEN

De Hoge Dennen Vastgoed is part of De Hoge Dennen, a family office owned by the Dutch entrepreneurial family De Rijcke. De Hoge Dennen Vastgoed specializes in retail real estate investments and is involved in Dutch shopping and business centers with typical offerings for daily needs. Both new and existing buildings are purchased. A suitable acquisition is the Wilgendonk shopping centre in Papendrecht in the south of the Netherlands, which was purchased in 2017. The property covers a total area of 4,000 square metres.

2. MN

MN in The Hague is one of the largest Dutch asset managers. It manages assets totalling 175 billion euros for nine pension fund and annuity clients. As part of its asset management, MN also makes asset purchases and sales – including in Dutch retail real estate. In autumn 2020, for example, two retail properties and a mixed-use property were sold on behalf of “Stichting Pensioenfonds Metaal en Techniek”. All three properties are located in Breda in the south of the Netherlands.

3. SynVest Fund Management BV

SynVest Fund Management is a Dutch investment company that conducts fund business with a strong pension focus. Real estate funds are a key focus. The company has been in existence since 2005 and is based in the Bullewijk district of Amsterdam. Among other things, the neighbourhood shopping centre Nieuw Dalem in Gorinchem in South Holland was acquired for the Synvest Dutch Realestate Fund in mid-2020. The centre has an area of 3,482 square metres and is occupied by 10 tenants, including a supermarket.
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With 413 inhabitants per square kilometre, the Netherlands is one of the most densely populated countries in Europe. Housing is particularly scarce and expensive here – reason enough for investors to get involved in residential real estate in the Netherlands. This article is based on the unique Top 150 Real Estate Investors Benelux – List of Real Estate Investors in Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg.

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1. Syntrus Achmea Real Estate & Finance

Achmea is one of the largest Dutch insurance groups. Syntrus Achmea Real Estate & Finance in Amsterdam covers the real estate investment and asset management arm of the group. The company acts for institutional investors – including. Pension funds – and manages approximately €37.4 billion in assets. Syntrus Achmea also undertakes residential real estate transactions on behalf of its clients. At the end of 2020, it sold a residential portfolio of 284 single-family homes and 59 apartment buildings in 10 Dutch locations for BPL Pensioen.

2. a.s.r. real estate

Utrecht-based a.s.r. real estate has been around since 1892 and has more than 125 real estate investment experiences – including residential properties. In the middle of last year, the project “The Minister” in Rijswijk was purchased for the in-house “Dutch Core Residential Fund”. Instead of the “Winston Churchill” office tower – formerly the headquarters of the Dutch Ministry of Health – a 25-storey residential tower with 220 rental apartments is to be built. a.s.r. real estate manages 6.4 billion euros in real estate assets.

3. Daelmans Vastgoed

Daelmans Vastgoed in Maastricht is a family business and has been in existence since 1982. It is one of the largest Dutch real estate investment companies and focuses on residential, commercial and office properties in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany. The portfolio now comprises more than 3,000 properties. Among the largest investments in 2020 was the purchase of 399 single-family and multi-family homes from the portfolio in 18 locations in the Netherlands. The transaction totalled 91 million euros.
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The office property market in the Netherlands is concentrated in the Randstad metropolitan region in the west of the country, with the urban centres of Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam and Utrecht as its cornerstones. This is not the only place where these 3 real estate companies invest. This article is based on the unique Top 150 Real Estate Investors Benelux – List of Real Estate Investors in Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg.

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1. a.s.r. real estate

a.s.r. real estate, based in Utrecht, is a long-established Dutch real estate investor with over 125 years of corporate history. Assets under management within five funds amount to approximately €6.4 billion. A typical a.s.r. investment is the purchase of EDGE Eindhoven at the end of 2020 – a project development for a mixed office and residential building with 25,000 square metres of office space in the city of Eindhoven in the south of the Netherlands.

2. Amsterdam Realty Partners B.V

ARP has been in existence since 2014 and is focused on project developments for high-end properties in the Randstad region. One engages in new construction projects as well as modernization and renovation of buildings. ARP also offers real estate investment portfolios. One example of ARP investments is the purchase last year of an office building in Amsterdam Sloterdijk. The modern building has 1,839 square metres of office space and is fully let to a solvent tenant.

3. QUAN

QUAN Real Estate Investors in Amsterdam was founded in 2018 by real estate professionals and prefers to invest in office, light industrial, healthcare and hospitality properties. In office space, the focus is on the Core + risk class. The purchase of an office building in the Lage Weide industrial estate in Utrecht two years ago fits in precisely with this focus. The building offers 4,687 square metres of office space on two floors for around 40 tenants and space for a restaurant.
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