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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