The AIF management company Deutsche Investment Kapitalverwaltungsgesellschaft mbH just acquired new property assets in an investment volume of c. EUR 100 million in its core markets of Berlin and Hamburg. It purchased a residential portfolio including ten assets in Berlin and one in Hamburg for a purchase price of c. EUR 76.5 million. In addition, it picked up another four residential buildings in Berlin that were bought from private investors for prices totalling c. EUR 23.5 million. The acquisition was done within the framework of a single mandate for an institutional investor account that Deutsche Investment manages in association with EB GROUP. Taken together, these properties divide into 472 residential and commercial units. The transfer of benefits and burdens already took place.
The Berlin-Hamburg portfolio breaks down into 359 residential and 24 commercial units, most of which are tenant-occupied. While the assets in Berlin are period buildings from the Belle Époque located inside the rapid-transit circle line, the asset in Hamburg is located in the Eppendorf district. The other recent acquisitions in Berlin also represent Belle Époque buildings in popular downtown locations in the districts of Kreuzberg, Neukölln, Schöneberg and the borough of Treptow-Köpenick. Collectively, the four properties acquired add up to 81 flats and 8 commercial units. The properties are fully occupied.
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