The Israeli Aspen Group, in cooperation with its Dutch asset manager, APF International, is buying a portfolio of three office buildings in Amsterdam, Hoofddorp and Delft for approximately 53 million euros.
The financing was provided by Berlin Hyp. These are the premises at David Ricardostraat 1 and Johan Huizingalaan 8 in Amsterdam (let to Atradius, 13,562 m² v.v.o.), Jacobus Spijkerdreef 1 and 3 in Hoofddorp (Kawasaki Motors Europe, 3,816 m² v.v.o.) and the newly completed premises at Molengraaffsingel 29 in Delft (3M Nederland, 4,497 m² v.v.o.). The selling party for the Atradius and Kawasaki building is IVG.
Aspen plans to further expand its Dutch office and logistics portfolio. It is the first acquisition of offices in the Netherlands. The real estate group currently invests in the Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland, with a focus on office buildings and logistics real estate. The Israelis have been active in the Dutch market since 2009.
They acted on behalf of salesman IVG for the Kawasaki building Appelhoven Vastgoedadviseurs. For the Atradius building, Appelhoven Vastgoedadviseurs also acted on behalf of the seller. Aspen was assisted in this transaction by APF International.