German lenders look set to capitalise on increased investment activity in the Paris market.
DekaBank has provided a £152 million (€170 million) five-year loan to finance the 1 & 2 Pancras Square office buildings at London’s King’s Cross.
A raft of lending organisations are keen to provide finance to Europe's real estate investors. In the first of three installments, we examine the UK and German banks which made the list of Europe's top lenders.
The €625m financing of Dublin’s Dundrum mall indicates lenders’ appetite for Irelands trophy assets.
Joint owners Hammerson and Allianz Real Estate have closed a €625 million refinancing of Ireland’s Dundrum Town Centre shopping mall in a deal which locks in a sub-2 percent margin for seven years.
Intu Properties has sourced a £488 million (€536 million) loan to refinance the Merry Hill shopping centre in Dudley, which is claimed to be the seventh largest mall in the UK.
DekaBank has underwritten a €41 million loan to finance the acquisition of a Munich office building by a real estate fund managed by BNP Paribas Real Estate Investment Management.
DekaBank has financed the acquisition of a shopping centre in Ilford, Essex, with a £39 million (€44.9 million) loan.
DekaBank’s real estate boss Anni Hönicke tells Daniel Cunningham why the German bank will continue to target large, prime deals, despite Brexit, European elections and Donald Trump.
German lender DekaBank is to underwrite a €290 million financing of the purchase of a Paris office tower by a Korean investor consortium, Real Estate Capital understands.