Tikehau Capital enters Belgium with mixed-use portfolio buy

Tikehau Capital, the alternative asset management and investment group, has announced the acquisition for its clients of a mixed-use real estate portfolio via its value-added Real Estate investment fund.

Financial details were not disclosed.

The mixed-use real estate portfolio has a total surface area of 30,000 m2 and is composed of more than twenty-five high quality assets, including offices, retail and residential spaces and parking lots, strategically located in the heart of Brussels.
This is Tikehau Capital's first real estate acquisition in Belgium. The transaction is the fund’s fifth investment following a sale & lease back operation, the acquisition of two hotels in central Paris, and of the Nicholsons Shopping Centre in Maidenhead, and the partnership with Bouygues Immobilier for the Charenton-Bercy re-development project in the Greater Paris area. The pan-European Real Estate Value-Added fund, which was launched in 2018, invests across all Real Estate asset classes.

Edouard Chatenoud, head of Benelux at Tikehau Capital, said: 'This first real estate operation in Belgium is part of the group's strategy to accelerate its real estate business and to develop its activities in Belgium. The acquisition of a mixed-used real estate portfolio demonstrates our commitment to invest in high potential assets located in attractive locations.'

The operation was financed by the Caisse d'Epargne Hauts de France.

Tikehau Capital is an asset management and investment group with €23.4 bn of assets under management and shareholders’ equity of €3.1 bn (as at 30 June 2019).


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