Generali Real Estate strengthens its presence in the Frankfurt real estate market, with the completion of the acquisitions of two important office and commercial assets, both on behalf of the pan-European fund “Generali Europe Income Holding” (GEIH), managed by Generali Real Estate S.p.A Società di gestione del risparmio and reserved for professional investors: the k26 building, in Frankfurt’s banking district, and the 10tral building, in the heart of the city center.
These acquisitions are fully in line with Generali Real Estate’s strategy of investing in prime assets in the most important and resilient European cities. Among these, Frankfurt enjoys an international reputation as a financial hub and is Germany’s main financial and stock exchange center, an important trade fair venue, an international transport hub and one of the leading business locations in Europe. Thanks to a very solid real estate market, especially for high-quality office and commercial assets in CBD and central areas, Frankfurt is definitely one of the cities that Generali Real Estate targets in its investment strategy.
Both k26 and 10tral buildings stand out for their state-of-the-art construction quality and top-level sustainability features, and enrich the Generali Real Estate’s portfolio in Frankfurt, which now counts 5 properties.
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