Frankfurt am Main, 13 June 2019 – A private investor has acquired a residential complex in Maintal-Bischofsheim comprised of nearly 1,400 sqm of rental space for €3.95 million. The seller is also a private investor. The residential complex was built in 2015 and is fully let. NAI apollo provided support to the seller during the transaction.
Frankfurt am Main, 12. June 2019 – The Consulate General of Malaysia is leasing nearly 1,500 sqm of office space at Bleichstraße 64-66 in Frankfurt. The Consulate General will move to the new premises in the third quarter of 2019. NAI apollo provided support to the lessee during the leasing process.
Frankfurt am Main, 11. June 2019 – NAI apollo has brokered around 850 square metres of exhibition, sales and hall space at Moselstraße 45 in Hanau to motorcycle dealership Cruiser Center GmbH. The landlord is WEMAG GmbH & Co. KG, for whom NAI apollo was working.
"Only through specialised Knowledge, and therefore ongoing education and Training, can we set ourselves apart from the Competition, meet our clients´ demands and master the growing challenges successfully. We aim to support our employees in this, regardless of their division or Position," says Dr. Marcel Crommen, Managing Partner of NAI apollo. The ADI has contributed to the professionalisation of our Industry for over 20 years, and our collaboration with them is an important buildingblock for NAI apollo regarding the continuous further development of our current and future employees. We will encourage our colleagues to actively participate in suitable education and Training measures," explains Andreas Wende, another Managing Partner of NAI apollo.
Berlin, 9 May, 2019 – In light of the progressing transformation of working environments and the new demands placed on workplaces and office spaces, the German Workplace Ordinance (ArbStättV) is no longer up to date with reality. This is the conclusion drawn by the new digital publication “Zeitgerechte Arbeitsstättenverordnung? Über Wohlbefinden, Produktivität und Change Management auf der Fläche” (“Is the Workplace Ordinance up to date? On well-being, productivity and change management in the space”) published by the German Property Federation (ZIA), the umbrella organisation for the real estate industry. Fixed dimensions for offices, movement areas and a lack of flexibility regarding the use of space are no longer in line with the times.
Frankfurt am Main / Mörfelden-Walldorf, 15 April 2019 – CU C&T GmbH has rented 942 sqm in the GEWI business park in Mörfelden-Walldorf. The foreign trade company, which specialises on Korea, and is based in Schwalbach am Taunus, is expanding by leasing the warehouse (647.5 sqm) with an accompanying office complex (295 sqm). The lessor of the property in Dreieichstraße 3b is the property management company GEWI Gewerbe-Immobilien GmbH & Co. NAI apollo acted as a broker for both parties.
Frankfurt am Main, 15 April 2019 – The transaction market for residential portfolios in Germany has successfully maintained the strong momentum that was evident in previous years, according to the latest analysis by owner-managed real estate consultancy NAI apollo – partner of the NAI apollo group. Although the first quarter of the year saw a significant reduction in the volume to about €3.9 billion compared to €6.9 billion in the corresponding quarter of 2018, it should be noted that the previous year’s figure was boosted by one large deal, namely the acquisition of BUWOG by Vonovia. “If this transaction is excluded from the overall volume, the difference is significantly mitigated. Last year’s volume would have amounted to about €4 billion, which almost exactly corresponds to the current result,” said Andreas Wende, Managing Director of NAI apollo. Around 24,500 units were traded in the last three months.
Frankfurt am Main, 8 April 2019 – The office markets in the surroundings of Frankfurt are in good shape. This is the result according to the owner-operated real estate consultancy company NAI apollo – a partner of the NAI apollo group. NAI apollo took an in-depth look at the development of the office market in 2018 in Bad Homburg, Eschborn, Neu-Isenburg and Offenbach am Main. “Considering the take-up volume in Frankfurt am Main is holding steady at a very high level, the amount of available space is strongly declining and the office rents are increasing, it is only logical to take a look at the development in the largest surrounding office locations,” says Andreas Wende, Managing Partner of NAI apollo.
Frankfurt am Main, 5 April 2019 – The highly dynamic state of the investment market for residential portfolios in Germany that characterised the previous year is continuing in 2019, according to an analysis by the owner-operated real estate consultancy firm NAI apollo – a partner of the NAI apollo group. The first quarter of 2019 saw a transaction volume of nearly €3.9 billion, which represented a significant decline compared to the same quarter of the previous year (Q1 2018: €6.9 billion). However, the previous year’s figure was primarily supported by a single deal: the takeover of BUWOG by Vonovia. “If you exclude this transaction, this considerable difference takes on a different perspective. In that case, last year’s bottom line would only be around €4 billion, which nearly matches the latest result,” says Andreas Wende, Managing Partner of NAI apollo. Almost 24,500 residential units were traded during the past three months.
Frankfurt am Main, 1 April 2019 – The office letting market in Frankfurt, including Eschborn and Offenbach-Kaiserlei, has had a slow start to 2019. This is the result according to the owner-operated real estate consultancy company NAI apollo – a partner of the NAI apollo group. According to its figures, the office space take-up from letting and owner-occupiers in the first three months of 2019 is around 89,100 sqm. This is clearly below both the previous year’s value of 136,800 sqm and the five-year average of 112,200 sqm. Along with the decline in take-up, the number of deals has also fallen from 178 to 142. “The office market in Frankfurt seems to be taking a while to wake up in 2019. However, we are expecting some large deals to be completed throughout the course of the year. The moderate first quarter is therefore expected to be an exception,” says Andreas Wende, Managing Partner of NAI apollo, assessing the result.
With the decrease of space take-up, an increase in the importance of lease renewals after active market screening has been registered. Following this, the take-up could have been around 44,000 sqm higher, with the corresponding value from the previous year only equalling 4,000 sqm.
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