Aurelis operates as an asset manager and project developer throughout all of Germany. We rebuild, refurbish, and modernize our portfolio properties in line with our commercial tenants' needs. We expand our portfolio through mixed-use commercial real estate in interesting locations. We realize construction projects where demand is secured. We develop and sell spaces we do not build on ourselves.
Are you looking for customized commercial properties that are able to change with you? Then we are your perfect partner. Together with you, we develop flexible solutions.
Offices with spacious loft style atmosphere located directly in the urban center of the Europaviertel district.
Modern office space in the young urban district of Le Quartier Central.
This co-working space in Frankfurt’s Bockenheim district was developed together with and for start-ups.
You want to develop a project and look for plots for building construction in German metropolitan areas? Here you find an overview!
Solutions-based collaboration with policymakers and local government constitutes an important success factor for real estate projects – which is why we value a regional presence and constructive dialog.
We’ve developed a business campus with beautifully refurbished heritage-protected buildings on formerly derelict wasteland.
This project received an award in 2003, was completed ahead of schedule in 2015, and was nominated in 2016 for the state of Baden-Württemberg’s space recycling competition.
A new and lively quarter has been created on previously unused but centrally situated plots on Harburg's inland port. It combines residential, commercial and leisure use.
Is the traditional 5% target yield for investors a thing of the past? bulwiengesa examined the yield potential on the German real estate market on behalf of Aurelis Real Estate and Beiten Burkhardt Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft.
The investment market for “Unternehmensimmobilien” – the German term for multi-use and multi-let commercial real estate – has sustained its upward trend: Transactions in this asset class added up to a total of nearly 775 million euros by mid-year 2016.
Despite growing investor interest in "Unternehmensimmobilien" – a distinct asset class of German multi-use and multi-let commercial properties – the transaction volume in this market segment dropped to 1.84 billion euros by the end of 2016, implying a year-on-year decline by 22 percent.
For years, we’ve been working on increasing the transparency of investment products on the real estate market, with a focus on production-related and corporate real estate. You can learn more about this asset class here.
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