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.