List of 3 real estate investors from Zug

List of 3 real estate investors from Zug

Zug is a relatively small city in western Switzerland with a population of around 30,000 and is the capital of the eponymous canton Zug. Despite its small size, the city is an important business location and home to many real estate investors.

The real estate investors listed below are all part of our List of the 150 largest real estate investors in Switzerland

  • Includes institutional investors, investment managers, project developers, real estate companies, REITs and pension funds that actively acquire real estate in Switzerland.
  • Excellent depth of detail: purchase profile (asset classes and regional focus), link to purchase profile and assets under management if available, contact details, management board, etc.
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1. Partners Group AG

Partners Group is one of the largest investment firms in Switzerland. The firm invests primarily in the private market and currently manages $119 billion in assets. Of these assets, 17 billion euros are in real estate investments and the company owns over 260 real estate projects and direct investments. Partners Group invests primarily in real estate with high development potential in the retail, residential, office, industrial, and hotel sectors. The firm invests using the relative value approach. Partners Group invests globally in growing cities characterized in the technology and education sectors.

2. Stone Estate Swiss AG

Stone Estate is a real estate investor founded in 2017 with a focus on value-add and opportunistic investments in Switzerland. The firm invests in all real estate sectors using various value-add strategies. The strategies used are buy-and-fix, buy-and-build, and buy-and-manage. Stone Estate owns and manages a portfolio of properties in the office and logistics sectors, primarily located in Western Switzerland.

3. PSP Swiss Property Ltd

PSP Swiss Property is a leading real estate company in Switzerland. The company manages assets of over nine billion Swiss francs. The company invests mainly in office and commercial properties in prime locations, located in the country’s major cities. PSP Swiss Property adds value to the properties in its portfolio through organic growth and external growth.

Picture Source: Peter Wormstetter

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