Commercial properties are often not managed by the owners and investors themselves. Property management is outsourced to professional service providers. Commercial property managers in Germany are therefore in high demand. This article is based on the unique Top 300 Property Managers Germany – List of the largest Property Managers.
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1. TÜV SÜD Advimo GmbH (Munich property manager)
TÜV SÜD Advimo has been in existence since 1993 as a subsidiary of TÜV Süd AG. The subsidiary offers a wide range of real estate services for professional property investors, owners, occupiers and operators. The range of services includes asset and property management services. Typical of Advimo’s business is the commercial property management in Berlin-Neukölln, which was acquired in May 2021. The building of an international real estate investor with 53,000 sqm of space is used by a DIY chain.
2. IC Immobilien Holding GmbH (Property management from Frankfurt)
IC Immobilien Holding operates as a full-service provider for commercial real estate in Germany with a focus on property management. In addition, other real estate services are offered. The company has 7 branches and manages properties from 18 closed-end real estate funds backed by institutional investors, real estate fund companies, insurers, foundations or family offices. Since April 1, 2021, IC Immobilien Holding has also been property manager at the traditional STÄDTISCHE KAUFHAUS in Leipzig.
3. VIVANIUM GmbH (Property manager from Heidelberg)
The German property manager VIVANIUM in Heidelberg was acquired by the Dutch MVGM Group last year. The business has been managed under the umbrella of MVGM Property Management Deutschland GmbH since 2021. VIVANIUM contributed 2.2 million sqm of commercial space and over 13,500 residential units to the merger. In the summer of 2020, VIVIANUM had also acquired the commercial property management of the Forum Marburg commercial property for the owner Silberbaum Capital.
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