Amsterdam,
23
February
2016
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09:07
Europe/Amsterdam

Goldman Sachs and Valad Europe buy €217m Zenith portfolio in the Netherlands

Goldman Sachs and Valad Europe have jointly acquired the Zenith portfolio of office and industrial assets in the Netherlands from Altera Vastgoed for around €217m.

The high quality portfolio comprises 180,000 sq m of space, made up of 18 office buildings (111,921 sq m) and seven (68,664 sq m) industrial assets.More than three quarters of the portfolio is located in the Randstad conurbation, which includes three of the largest Dutch cities, Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Utrecht. It is currently let to 98 tenants including UWV, Intertrust, Blue Sky Group and Funda.Mark

The Zenith Portfolio comprises assets such as Prins Bernardplein 200 in Amsterdam (21,852 sq m), Piet Heinkade 167-173 in Amsterdam (6,131 sq m) and Moeder Teresalaan 100-200 in Utrecht (22,218 sq m).

CBRE advised Valad Europe and Goldman Sachs on the purchase. DTZ Zadelhoff and BNP Paribas Real Estate advised Altera Vastgoed nv. Loyens & Loeff advised the purchaser and BOEKEL advised the vendor in legal matters.

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