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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