Our office in Frankfurt has moved
The office of the N A S Invest Group in Frankfurt has moved and can now be reached at the new address and telephone number.
60311 Frankfurt am Main
+49 69 913 948 000
N A S Invest Buys Air Campus in Nuremberg for 100 Million Euros
N A S Invest just acquired a multi-tenant office property in Nuremberg. The total investment costs amount to 120 million euros.
N A S Invest Joins INREV to Boost Growth in its Institutional Client Business
Real estate investment and asset manager N A S Invest will be joining the European Association for Investors in Non-Listed Real Estate Vehicles (INREV).
N A S Invest Acquires Landmark Project “Spreeturm” in Berlin from DWI Group
The real estate investment and asset manager N A S Invest acquired the new-build construction project “Spreeturm” in Berlin within the framework of an off-market transaction. The property was sold by DWI Group in Hamburg.
N A S Invest Reorganises Group of Companies
Berlin, 13 February 2019. Real Estate Investment and asset manager N A S Invest is reorganising its corporate and shareholder structure in response to the company’s brisk growth during the five years since its formation.
N A S Invest Group with continued strategic growth
N A S Invest Group reached important milestones in 2018 and continued to grow. In the operating business, the company bought properties worth c. EUR 150 million and sold properties for c. EUR 50 million.
Nikolai Dëus-von Homeyer, Managing Partner of N A S Invest, looks back at the trends that have shaped the German real estate market in 2018 and provides an outlook for likely trends in 2019.
“Looking back, the 2018 year in real estate presents a challenging picture, but for us as an active asset and investment manager it has also been reassuring”, says Nikolai Dëus-von Homeyer. In 2019, the value-added potential will become the central determinant.
N A S Invest and BlueRock buy multi-tenant property in Dresden from alstria office REIT-AG
N A S Invest and BlueRock have acquired a multi-tenant property in Dresden under their joint venture strategy BR-N A S German Mittelstand Properties. The transaction has a total volume of about 33.3 million euros.
Phantom Menace or Real Threat?
Implications of Basel IV for Germany’s Real Estate Industry While Basel IV does not actually contest its precursor framework, the new regulatory package does pack a…