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Anette Lurz - Alpha Industrial

Alpha Industrial

German industrial property developer and investor Alpha Industrial plans to double its own very sizeable logistics portfolio from currently 350,000 sqm to 700,000 sqm, while raising its rental income and giving itself greater protection from the... more

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German logistics take-up has continued where it left off last year, rising nearly 2% in this year's first quarter to 1.5 million sqm, a new record for any first quarter, according to BNP PRE. Early figures reaching REFIRE show a real estate... more

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Christof Winkelmann - Aareal Bank

Aareal Bank AG

The transaction volume for German logistics properties has exceeded last year's volume by 45% and, at €2.1bn for the first six months, marks a new half-year record for the asset class. According to property advisers Colliers, logistics has... more

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Alistair Calvert - Gramercy

Gramercy Property Trust Inc.

Investment fund Gramercy Property Europe is buying a 74.9% stake in a portfolio of logistics assets in Germany and France from its US parent company Gramercy Property Trust in a deal valuing the assets at €300m. more

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Alistair Calvert - Gramercy

Gramercy Property Trust Inc.

Gramercy Europe, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the US REIT Gramercy Property Trust, is taking full control of a real estate portfolio it held in a joint venture with Goodman. The deal is part of Gramercy's programme to invest up to €800m in Europe... more

Investment

Tobias Kassner - BulwienGesa

BulwienGesa

A major new report on the German logistics market by market researcher BulwienGesa throws up a number of surprises, including several names that might not have figured on our own speculative list as to who are Germany's most active investors in... more

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Bodo Hollung - Realogis

Bodo Hollung

The Munich-base logistics investor and fund manager Realogis Real Estate GmbH says the yield compression in the market for German logistics properties since the beginning of 2014 has now bottomed out, with gross yields of 6% still widely achievable. more

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