List of 3 large German healthcare real estate investors

Health care assets remain an attractive proposition to investors due to their safe long-term returns.

This piece of research includes three real estate investment groups that can be found our list of the largest real estate investors based in Spain. The list is comprised of institutional investors, investment managers, project developers, real estate companies, REITs, and pension funds.

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Below, three German real estate investors will be discussed that specialise in healthcare real estate assets. According to JLL Germany, the German healthcare market was valued as the second largest in Europe at €2.2bn behind the UK which sits at €3.5bn. All of the articles included in this article can be found on our database of the largest German real estate investors.

1) Captiva Capital (Hamburg, Germany)

Captiva is one of the country’s leading real estate investors acting on behalf of institutional investors such as insurance companies, pension funds and sovereign wealth funds as well as private investors. Since its inception in 2001, the firm has conducted numerous real estate transactions which are valued at over €15bn. Currently, the group target commercial, retail, office, logistics and healthcare. Captiva focus in the healthcare sector mainly consists of inner-city real estate which can be used for outpatient medical care as well as medical centres and medical supply centres. The Hamburg-group’s portfolio consists of 42 health care assets. In January 2023, the firm acquired a portfolio in Erurt which consists of a prime health and service centre that totals at 11,000sqmt.

2) Quandriga (Hamburg, Germany)

Headquartered in Hamburg, Quandriga manage direct and indirect investments in real estate assets as well as renewable energy, aviation and infrastructure projects. With regards to real estate, the firm has developed a portfolio consisting of office, retail, hotel, residential and healthcare assets. Quandriga specialise in healthcare real estate assets due to their strong demand and attractive demographics in Germany.

3)  Immac (Hamburg, Germany)

The Hamburg-based group was founded over 20 years ago and is one of the leading German healthcare investors. The firm has targeted several ventures in the healthcare sector including care homes, clinics and retirement homes. Immac has invested over €2bn euros across 170 projects spread across Germany, Austria and Ireland. Due to its success, the firm has established numerous holding companies under the umbrella term of Immac Holdings AG. In 2020, the firm’s healthcare division invested over €132m in the first 6 months of the year and acquired its fifth nursing home in Dublin.

Picture source: Dr.Kanapon Phumratprapin (04.05.2023)

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