The office property market in the Netherlands is concentrated in the Randstad metropolitan region in the west of the country, with the urban centres of Amsterdam, The Hague, Rotterdam and Utrecht as its cornerstones. This is not the only place where these 3 real estate companies invest. 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. a.s.r. real estate
a.s.r. real estate, based in Utrecht, is a long-established Dutch real estate investor with over 125 years of corporate history. Assets under management within five funds amount to approximately €6.4 billion. A typical a.s.r. investment is the purchase of EDGE Eindhoven at the end of 2020 – a project development for a mixed office and residential building with 25,000 square metres of office space in the city of Eindhoven in the south of the Netherlands.
2. Amsterdam Realty Partners B.V
ARP has been in existence since 2014 and is focused on project developments for high-end properties in the Randstad region. One engages in new construction projects as well as modernization and renovation of buildings. ARP also offers real estate investment portfolios. One example of ARP investments is the purchase last year of an office building in Amsterdam Sloterdijk. The modern building has 1,839 square metres of office space and is fully let to a solvent tenant.
QUAN Real Estate Investors in Amsterdam was founded in 2018 by real estate professionals and prefers to invest in office, light industrial, healthcare and hospitality properties. In office space, the focus is on the Core + risk class. The purchase of an office building in the Lage Weide industrial estate in Utrecht two years ago fits in precisely with this focus. The building offers 4,687 square metres of office space on two floors for around 40 tenants and space for a restaurant.
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