- The newly completed office building was purchased from Groß & Partner Grundstücksentwicklungsgesellschaft mbH
- LFF Real Estate Partners is active in the UK, German, French and Swedish commercial real estate markets
LFF Real Estate Partners acquired the first German asset, a €20 million transaction, for an SCPI managed by La Française. The newly completed office building was purchased from Groß & Partner Grundstücksentwicklungsgesellschaft mbH. The building is fully leased on a long term contract to Saint-Gobain, a major French multinational corporation, for occupation as their German headquarters.
The 6,030 square meter building, comprised of six stories, is well located on the Main river in “Hafenplatz”, part of the new Hafen Offenbach development that borders Frankfurt. The asset offers both flexible office and storage facilities and includes a cafeteria that opens directly on to the river. A 120 car parking lot, recently built by Groß & Partner, is located within a short walk.
Jens Göttler, Managing Director-Germany, LFF Real Estate Partners, said that “We are delighted to be able to acquire such a Core asset, offering secure income leased to a strong tenant on a long term lease. We have a pipeline of further deals and will be looking to deploy over €160m of equity during the course of the next 12 months.”
Jens Hausmann, Groß & Partner, said that “We are convinced, that with the French investor LFF Real Estate Partners and its local team we found an excellent long-term-partner for our tenant Saint-Gobain, one of the leading French groups.”
LFF Real Estate Partners is giving new investment perspectives to La Française SCPIs (collective real estate investment vehicles). Active in the UK, German, French and Swedish commercial real estate markets, LFF Real Estate Partners is capable of sourcing unique diversification opportunities for parent company La Française and their French domiciled SCPIs.
PH REAL Peter Holtz Real Estate Services, Hogan Lovells and Turner & Townsend advised LFF Real Estate Partners, Groß & Partner has been advised by Hauck Schuchardt.