Invesco Real Estate acquires 172-apartment asset near Amsterdam as a forward deal

Invesco Real Estate, the USD 91bn global real estate investment business of Invesco Ltd. (NYSE: IVZ), has acquired a prime 172-apartment residential asset in the Dutch city of Zaandam, north of Amsterdam within a forward deal structure due to complete at the end of 2025. The project has been acquired on behalf of Invesco Real Estate’s European Living Fund.

The seller and project developer is a joint venture of Porten Development and Ten Brinke. They are both highly experienced real estate developers in the Dutch real estate market with a strong track record in creating attractive living spaces. Ten Brinke will act as the general constructor and complete the building ready for occupancy.

With a mix of one- to four-bed apartments with balconies, all delivered as “ready-to-move-in”, the property will meet the highest sustainability standards, including the use of a geothermal energy storage system and solar panels at the roof. It is aiming to achieve an A++ energy label. All apartments will be offered with no rental restrictions.

Zaandam is located at the northern border of Amsterdam, on the river Zaan, and supports a large base of commuters working in the Dutch capital. The asset will have an attractive waterfront location and is well connected to local private and public transport options.

Invesco Real Estate’s European Living Fund, launched in August 2020, has acquired various residential assets across Europe and the asset in Zaandam to date. This is the second transaction in the Dutch residential market after the acquisition of a 154-apartment complex in Amsterdam in 2021.

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