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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