GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB advised Real I.S. AG in Bremen on the leasing of around 800 square metres of office space in "EINS" to the shipping company German Tanker Shipping GmbH & Co. KG.
The mixed-use property is located at Eduard-Schopf-Allee 1 in Bremen and was completed in 2016. The approximately 18,700 square metres of rental space are spread over two seven- and six-storey buildings. In addition, there are around 200 car parking spaces available to tenants. Real I.S. acquired the DGNB Gold certified property in 2020 for the open-ended real estate mutual fund "REALISINVEST EUROPA".
The property is located in the "Überseestadt" office submarket near Bremen's old town and has excellent public transport connections. There are also various gastronomic and leisure facilities within walking distance.
A GÖRG team led by Berlin partner Silvio Sittner provided Real I.S. with real estate legal advice on the transaction. The real estate consulting firm Robert C. Spies acted as an intermediary for the leasing of the space.
Advisors Real I.S. AG
GÖRG Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten mbB
Silvio Sittner (Lead, Partner, Real Estate Law, Berlin)
Jana Feldmüller (Associate, Real Estate Law, Berlin)
About Real I.S. AG
The Real I.S. Group has a track record of more than 30 years as BayernLB’s fund provider specialised in real estate investment. As a member company of the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe (German savings banks group, Land central banks and associated companies), the Group ranks among the leading asset managers in the German market. Along with alternative investment funds (specialised institutional AIFs and closed-ended retail AIFs) and an open-ended retail real estate investment fund, the range of products and services comprises customised investment fund solutions, club deals, joint ventures and asset management mandates for institutional clients. Real I.S. Property Management GmbH completes the range of services. The company has assets of around EUR 13 billion under management. The Real I.S. Group has two licensed investment management companies (KVG) established under the German Investment Code (KAGB) and operates subsidiaries and branches in France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Spain, and in Australia.