Logistics real estate investor for commercial real estate – LIP Invest invests in Fürth

Logistics real estate investor for commercial real estate

The Nuremberg-Erlangen-Fürth region is a sought-after logistics location. It is located at the intersection of several motorways that connect the most important economic regions in Germany – the Rhine-Main area, the Stuttgart area, the Munich area and the Halle/Leipzig area. It is therefore not surprising that good logistics properties are in demand here. The investor mentioned in this article is also part of our List of the largest property investors in Germany.

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Long-term letting secured

This also applies to a recently acquired logistics hall in the north of Fürth, close to the A 73 motorway, which is a logistics centre built in several stages between 1973 and 1988. Originally built by Siemens, the property was last used by the railway subsidiary DB Schenker. In 2018, a fundamental modernization and partial renovation took place, in the course of which the previous use by a single tenant was replaced by multiple leases. The logistics centre is let long-term to four tenants: two logistics service providers, a food wholesaler and an e-commerce company. The buyer of the logistics property is LIP Invest – an owner-managed investment company based in Munich that specialises in investments in logistics properties. The property is intended to enrich the portfolio of the “LIP Real Estate Investment Fund – Logistics Germany”, a special fund launched by LIP Invest in 2018. The previous owner of the property was Fuchs Immobilienbesitz, a real estate company from Berching in the Upper Palatinate and part of the Fuchs Group. Source: Immobilienmanager
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