BNP Paribas Real Estate Property Development trusts Taylor Wessing to sell high-rise 99 West in Frankfurt to N A S Invest
Real estate manager N A S Invest has acquired the 99 West high-rise project in Frankfurt from BNP Paribas Real Estate Property Development. The international law firm Taylor Wessing, led by Johannes Callet (Berlin), advised BNP Paribas Real Estate Property Development on legal issues relating to the transaction. For the seller, this is the first high-rise project in Germany. The total investment volume anticipated is EUR 265 million. 99 West offers around 27,000 square meters of rental space with modern, high-quality office space concepts. Together with the striking facade of the renowned architect Cyrus Moser, the project should meet the great need for high-quality office space in Frankfurt. The project on Robert-Mayer-Straße is part of the Kulturkampus district development around the famous Senckenberg area. In addition to the 99 West, the 140 West residential and hotel tower, the 21 West office building and Frankfurt's largest kindergarten are under construction. After completion, up to 2,500 people will live and work in the modern city district.
Successful financing and add on acquisitions for Oberberg Group
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Korber's acquisition of Brazil's Roll-Tec Cilindro
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Steadfast Capital Fund IV on the acquisition of a majority stake in Söhngen Group
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Providing regulatory advice to REWE Group relating to their cross border acquisition of Lekkerland Group
REWE Group on provision of cross border regulatory advice relating to the acquisition of Lekkerland, a multinational wholesale and distributor business. The team advised on all regulatory issues including permits, EHS, dangerous goods and product related requirements such as the Tobacco Directive. The team also provided an in depth analysis of all affected jurisdictions (Austria, Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, and Switzerland).