The Netherlands is a logistics hub on the European continent. The port of Rotterdam is the largest in Europe and among the top 10 worldwide, making investments in logistics real estate in the Netherlands per se interesting. This article is based on the unique Top 150 Real Estate Investors Benelux – List of Real Estate Investors in Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg.
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1. Certitudo Capital
Certitudo Capital in s-Hertogenbosch in North Brabant is a private project development and real estate investment company that has been operating in the market since 2002. It invests in residential and commercial properties, including logistics properties, in order to resell them with “added value”. This also applies to the logistics property in Maastricht’s Beatrixhaven Business Park with 8,000 square metres of space, which Certitudo already thoroughly renovated in 2017 and sold profitably to a French private investor in 2020. The property is permanently let to a solvent user.
2. VDG Real Estate
VDG Real Estate is part of the VDG Group – a family-run group of companies (Van Dijk) that has been in existence since 1969 and originally dealt only with insulation materials. Today VDG covers a wide range of construction services and makes real estate investments through VDG Real Estate. Last year, the investment subsidiary acquired a plot of land in the Schiphol Trade Park, not far from Amsterdam Airport, on which a 23,000 square metre logistics hall will be built in the course of 2021.
3. Patrizia AG
Patrizia is a German real estate investor in Augsburg since 1984, which launches real estate funds for institutional and private investors. For this purpose, it invests in residential and commercial real estate. The investments are made worldwide. Last year, Patrizia acquired a logistics project in Veghel (southern Netherlands) for around 65 million euros. It consists of two halls. One hall – 25,929 square meters in size – has already been built, the second hall with 28,211 square meters is currently being completed.
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