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List of the 1,200 Largest Real Estate Investors Europe [2023 Update]

  • Database

  • September 2023
  • Region: Europe
  • Research Germany
  • ID: 5894925

Product Overview

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

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List of 3 large real estate investors in Europe

The list of European real estate investors includes the major investors in European real estate markets. Below we present three exciting investors from the list.

1. Deka Immobilien (Frankfurt, Germany)

One of the leading pan-European and also globally active real estate investors is Deka Immobilien, which is part of the investment arm of the German savings banks. The German investor focuses on office, retail, logistics and hotel properties. The investments also focus on a sustainability effect: for example, attention is paid to “green building” certifications. The owned building “The Edge” is certified by BREEAM with Outstanding and is even energy positive due to solar panels & Co.

Update 2022: In 2022, assets under management stand at over 50 billion euros; there are more than 580 properties in the portfolio.

2. Amundi Real Estate (Paris, France)

Amundi is a French asset manager that manages over 40 billion euros in client assets through its Real Estate division and owns more than 1100 properties. The Real Estate subsidiary was founded in 1979 and is one of the top players in the European office real estate market. The asset manager owns hundreds of properties in Paris alone. In addition to office properties, the portfolio also includes retail properties and residential buildings. These include landmark properties such as Avenue de l’Opera, which with its 6900sqm was added to the portfolio in 2016 - in the direct vicinity of the Louvre.

Update 2023: The investor recently established ACREL II, a new €600 million loan fund for commercial real estate. The fund will specifically target real estate-backed debt instruments with core or core-plus quality risk profiles and invest in the eurozone.

3. Aroundtown (Luxembourg)

Another exciting real estate investor in Europe is Aroundtown SA, which invests in commercial and residential properties. The residential portfolio is managed through its subsidiary Grand City Properties. The portfolio includes properties with an area of more than 10 million sqm; the annual rent is more than one billion euros. Aroundtown invests primarily in Germany and the Netherlands.