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List of the 150 Largest Light-Industrial Real Estate Investors Europe [2023]

  • Database

  • September 2023
  • Region: Europe
  • Research Germany
  • ID: 5894919

Product Overview

Includes institutional investors, investment managers, project developers, real estate companies, REITs and pension funds that actively acquire light-industrial 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.

This list is based on our list of the 1,200 largest real estate investors in Europe.

High-quality lists thanks to manual data maintenance by an experienced research team in Munich. Boutique research instead of unchecked crawler data.

List of 3 European Light-Industrial Real Estate Investors

“Light-industrial” refers to real estate that is well located and has a flexible action concept. They are generally industrial halls or production areas that also have office space.

1. INBRIGHT Investment GmbH (Berlin/Germany)

INBRIGHT is a private company that acts as project developer and real estate investment manager. As an investment manager, the company provides institutional investors with access to light-industrial real estate through funds or other investment vehicles. In addition to light-industrial, the firm focuses on office buildings.

Update 2023: The investment manager continues to be very active and has started the construction of a 25,000 m² light industrial and logistics space in Hamburg-Billbrook. For the new site in the Hanseatic city, INBRIGHT is investing around 35 million euros. The project is scheduled for completion by the end of 2023 and already has two well-known and liquid tenants in Rofin Sinar Laser GmbH and Franke + Pahl GmbH.

2. DIVAM Capital Partners (Bremen/Germany)

DIVAM is an investment company focusing on light-industrial and other types of logistics and industrial real estate in Germany. The company invests on behalf of institutional investors as well as HNWI and family offices. Investments are made through individual solutions or through funds. DIVAM invests in properties located in locations with more than 100,000 inhabitants or close to the highway. The investment volume is between 2 and 20 million euros.

3. VGP Group (Antwerp/Belgium)

VGP is a real estate investor and project developer specializing in logistics and commercial real estate. The company is active in 13 European markets, including Germany, Portugal and Spain. VGP owns huge industrial parks such as VGP Park Berlin, which has 216,250 square meters of leasable space.