LaSalle acquires Berlin warehouse for French pension fund

Global real estate investment manager LaSalle Investment Management  has acquired a logistics warehouse in the Großbeeren freight hub, located at the southern edge of the German capital in the Berlin-Brandenburg metropolitan area.

The warehouse has been purchased from DWS Group by LaSalle on behalf of ERAFP, the French public service additional pension scheme. Financial details were kept confidential.
Situated in a sought-after and prime industrial location, the Großbeeren freight centre is one of the largest of its kind in Europe and one of the most successful in Germany, serving as the last-leg delivery hub for the metro area to the more than 80 resident companies based there. Constructed in 2014, the Großbeeren warehouse has a state-of-the-art layout and building specifications, with above-average loading capacity and ample loading dock provision. It provides a total rental area of 37,800 m2 and is believed to be fully let to a single tenant.
Andreas Wesner, head of transactions Northern Continental Europe at LaSalle, said: 'We are pleased to be acquiring the Großbeeren logistics warehouse on behalf of our client, further enhancing our exposure to high-quality logistics assets and securing a driver of reliable long-term rental income. The combination of this state-of-the-art asset and its prime location, alongside a buoyant logistics market serving a thriving metropolitan area, marks this acquisition out as a particularly exciting addition to the portfolio.'
LaSalle was advised on the acquisition by Hogan Lovells (legal), KPMG (tax/financial), W+S Real Estate (technical) and Colliers (buyside).


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