In terms of per capita income, the Dutch belong to the European upper class and are thus one of the richest European countries. The strong purchasing power makes retail real estate investments in the Netherlands interesting – despite the growing importance of e-commerce. 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. DE HOGE DENNEN
De Hoge Dennen Vastgoed is part of De Hoge Dennen, a family office owned by the Dutch entrepreneurial family De Rijcke. De Hoge Dennen Vastgoed specializes in retail real estate investments and is involved in Dutch shopping and business centers with typical offerings for daily needs. Both new and existing buildings are purchased. A suitable acquisition is the Wilgendonk shopping centre in Papendrecht in the south of the Netherlands, which was purchased in 2017. The property covers a total area of 4,000 square metres.
MN in The Hague is one of the largest Dutch asset managers. It manages assets totalling 175 billion euros for nine pension fund and annuity clients. As part of its asset management, MN also makes asset purchases and sales – including in Dutch retail real estate. In autumn 2020, for example, two retail properties and a mixed-use property were sold on behalf of “Stichting Pensioenfonds Metaal en Techniek”. All three properties are located in Breda in the south of the Netherlands.
3. SynVest Fund Management BV
SynVest Fund Management is a Dutch investment company that conducts fund business with a strong pension focus. Real estate funds are a key focus. The company has been in existence since 2005 and is based in the Bullewijk district of Amsterdam. Among other things, the neighbourhood shopping centre Nieuw Dalem in Gorinchem in South Holland was acquired for the Synvest Dutch Realestate Fund in mid-2020. The centre has an area of 3,482 square metres and is occupied by 10 tenants, including a supermarket.
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