News-Archiv 2021

• “Deutsche Investment – Büro II” will focus on Class A cities and metro regions as well as on selected fast-growth cities in Germany
• Seed investment committed by partners of Deutsche Investment KVG
• Initial investment assets secured on exclusivity
• Target volume: EUR 300 million

• Retail warehouse portfolio of 5 assets and a combined lettable area of 7,400 sqm
• Fully occupied by mix of essential retailers
• High-net-worth anchor tenants with strong attractive pull in the region

  • Eight residential real estate in central locations of Berlin, in the Hamburg metro region and in the Rhineland
  • The properties provide a total of 257 residential and 19 commercial units
  • Further diversification of the residential property portfolio

  • Asset sold in conjunction with a portfolio optimisation for the institutional property fund, “Deutsche Investment – Büro I”
  • IRR on asset level approximates 45 percent
  • IRR on fund level rises to around 19 percent
  • Successor fund “Deutsche Investment – Büro II” in preparation

  • Modernised retail warehouse park in Grossröhrsdorf (Saxony) with about 15,560 sqm of lettable area
  • Far-reaching appeal as largest retail location in the region
  • Fully occupied by mix of essential retailers

  • Multi-tenant property with around 4,700 sqm of effective floor area acquired
  • Property is fully occupied
  • Convenient transport links to downtown Cologne, the wider region and beyond

  • Dirk Meissner appointed as new Managing Director for Investment Management
  • Michael Krzyzanek leaves company for family reasons

  • Number of separate asset pools under administration rises to seven real estate special AIF
  • Further significant acquisitions in all three asset classes represented: residential, office and food retail
  • Deals in a combined total of c. EUR 510 million transacted
  • EUR 366 million in equity capital raised from institutional investors

  • Does traditional retail still have a place in a post-pandemic world? The widespread acceptance of online shopping is seen by many as a turning point for e-commerce, but what are the implications for traditional retail? What does the future hold for our downtowns and out-of-town shopping destinations?
  • The English-language online roundtable was moderated by Charles Kingston of REFIRE and Andrew Barber of Targa Communications in London. Susanne Klaußner, managing partner of DIR Deutsche Investment Retail GmbH, participated as a discussant.
  • Listen to the recording of the February 17, 2021 Online Roundtable on Spotify.

  • Listed complex of mixed residential and commercial buildings in prime high-street location directly next to the historic Altmarkt square sold by Quantum after successfully repositioning it
  • Property divides into 321 residential and 37 commercial units
  • Earmarked for sustainable long-term property asset ownership by corporate conglomerate of Deutsche Investment and EB GROUP

  • Multi-tenant property with around 8,000 square metres of lettable area
  • Centrally located between central railway station and historic town centre

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