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List of the 700 Largest Office Real Estate Investors in Europe

  • Database
  • June 2022
  • Region: Europe
  • Research Germany
  • ID: 5700317

Includes institutional investors, investment managers, project developers, real estate companies, REITs and pension funds that actively acquire office real estate in Europe.

Excellent depth of detail: purchase profile (asset classes and regional focus), link to purchase profile and assets under management if available, contact details, management board, etc.

List of 3 office real estate investors in Europe

Office real estate is an important sector of the real estate industry. Whether as an office building or as a mixed-use concept. In the list of the largest office real estate investors the publisher has collected the most important ones.

1. CORESTATE Capital Holding S.A.. (Luxembourg/Luxembourg)

CORESTATE is a real estate investor based in Luxembourg with a branch office in Frankfurt am Main. The company manages assets of 27, 4 billion euros and has 300 professionals and over 70,000 retail clients. CORESTATE is active in several real estate sectors, including investing in office properties. CORESTATE focuses on core, core+, and value-add properties with an individual property value of 10 million euros or more.

2 Alstria Office REIT AG (Hamburg/Germany)

Alstria AG is a leading manager and investor of office real estate in Germany. The company owns office properties in many major German cities, such as Hamburg, Frankfurt or Berlin. Alstria is a publicly listed stock corporation organized as a legal form of a REIT. An exemplary investment is located at Platz der Einheit 1 in Frankfurt am Main with a rental area of 30,400 m² and a market value of 1.9 billion euros.

3. Allianz Real Estate GmbH (Munich/Germany)

Allianz Real Estate is the real estate arm of Allianz SE based in Munich. The company invests in high-quality office and retail properties in Europe, the USA and Asia. Allianz Real Estate invests in core and value-add real estate with a minimum market value of 100 million euros. In addition, the company invests in funds with a minimum of 100 million euros. An exemplary investment is the Tour Cristal skyscraper in Paris.

These investor types are included in the list:

  • Investment managers
  • Real estate companies
  • Project developers with portfolio acquisition
  • Private equity investors
  • REITs
  • Pension funds
  • Foundations

These property types are purchased:

  • Office Building
  • Mixed-Use Office Properties
  • Office real estate portfolios
  • High-rise buildings with predominant office use
  • Office parks

Investors in the list are interested in:

  • Core Real Estate
  • Value add real estate
  • Sales-and-Leaseback
  • Trophy real estate
  • Distressed Assets
  • Project developments and forward deals