With the ports of Algeciras and Valencia, Spain has two of the top 10 seaports in Europe and is therefore interesting for logistics investments. But e-commerce is also popular in Spain and requires corresponding logistics space. This article is based on the unique Top 100 Real Estate Investors Spain – List of Buyers of Hotels, Commercial and Residential Properties.
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1. Prologis Germany Management GmbH
Prologis is a US REIT based in San Francisco that invests in logistics real estate worldwide. The German and European market is handled by the subsidiary Prologis Germany Management in Düsseldorf. Last year, a major acquisition round was concluded via the German subsidiary. The takeover of two logistics properties in San Fernando de Hanares near Madrid completed the acquisition of the portfolio of the Spanish REIT Colonial. The deal comprises a total of 18 properties in Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and Guadalajara with a total area of 473,000 square metres and a volume of €425 million.
2. Real I.S. AG
Real I.S. is a German real estate investment company based in Munich, which launches real estate funds for private and institutional investors. It also invests in the Spanish market through Real I.S. Spain in Madrid. At the end of 2020, Patrizia AG acquired a logistics portfolio in the greater Madrid area. It consists of two logistics properties with a total area of 110,000 square metres. The main tenant is Amazon. The deal worth EUR 150 million was made for the special real estate fund “Real I.S. BGV VII Europa”.
3. Patrizia AG
Patrizia AG in Augsburg has been active as a real estate investment company since 1984. To this end, it launches real estate funds – initially for institutional investors, but now also for private investors. Patrizia is active on the Spanish market with its own subsidiary in Madrid. Last year, four logistics halls under construction in the Valdemoro logistics park near Madrid were acquired under a forward purchase agreement. The halls are to have a total area of 65,800 square metres and are to be completed by 2022. Patrizia has 652,000 square meters of logistics space in Spain, including 515,000 square meters in the greater Madrid area.
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