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Property of the month

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The "Target Building" in Minneapolis, USA

The high-quality 50 South 10th Street building boasts LEED Gold certification and is situated in the cultural and business heart of Minneapolis, directly on Nicolett Mall.

Union Investment enters Silicon Valley

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Fully let office complex in Menlo Park acquired for USD 62 million:  The Hamburg-based property investment manager has acquired the fully let office property at 4085 Campbell Avenue, Menlo Park in Silicon Valley, California. The property will be added to the portfolio of Unilmmo: Global.
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Matthew Scholl

03.02.2016

Union Investment hires Matthew Scholl to develop real estate investment business in America
Medium-term target allocation of approximately USD 2 billion / Investment to be focused on US markets and Mexico City Union Investment Real Estate GmbH is strengthening its market presence in America. The Hamburg-based property investment manager has hired Matthew Scholl (37), a recognised transaction expert with many years of US property market experience. A native of Atlanta, Georgia, as head of Investment Management Americas Scholl will be responsible for strategic development of the real estate portfolio in the American markets from 1 February 2016, working out of the New York office.

  • Appel Allee Center Wiesbaden

    01.02.2016

    Union Investment sells Äppelallee-Center in Wiesbaden to Pradera fund
    After a five-year holding period, Union Investment has sold the Äppelallee-Center retail property owned by its open-ended real estate fund UniImmo: Deutschland. The property was acquired for the Pradera Open-Ended Retail Fund, an open-ended special AIF which is administered by IntReal as a real estate Service KVG. The sale price is approximately EUR 82 million.

  • Godfrey Hotel in Boston

    28.01.2016

    Union Investment enjoys record year for hotel investments
    Seven hotel transactions completed worth EUR 500 million: Union Investment Real Estate GmbH can look back on a record year for hotel investments. The Hamburg-based property investment manager was one of Europe’s top purchasers in the hotel asset class in 2015, with six acquisitions and one sale representing a total transaction value of EUR 500 million. The new acquisitions for the company's retail and special funds range from the Holiday Inn in Warsaw and andel’s conference hotel in Berlin to the Godfrey Hotel in Boston, Union Investment’s first ever hotel acquisition in the US.

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Places&spaces magazine No. 02-2015

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