Round Hill Capital’s Acquisition of 14 Residential Assets


Greenberg Traurig, LLP has represented a joint venture between Round Hill Capital and a Middle-Eastern sovereign wealth fund in the transaction.

The joint venture between Round Hill Capital and a Middle-Eastern sovereign wealth fund executed the acquisition of 14 residential assets (with 821 apartments), located in Apeldoorn, Amersfoort, Deventer and Arnhem in the Netherlands.

Round Hill is a leading global real estate investment, development and asset management firm.

The Greenberg Traurig team was led by Jan Kees Brandse (Picture) and Marijn Bodelier. They were supported by Shareholders Thédoor Melchers, Eric Rosedale, Sabine Schoute, Reinier van de Steenoven, Thomas Timmermans and Paul Westhoff, together with Associates Richelle Baptiste, Jacomijn Christ, Jan Herfkens, Maquina Lamé, Johan Nijmeijer, Rutger Sterk, Radboud de Wit, and Local Partner Linda Thonen.

Involved fees earner: Richelle Baptiste – Greenberg Traurig; Marijn Bodelier – Greenberg Traurig; Jan Kees Brandse – Greenberg Traurig; Jacomijn Christ – Greenberg Traurig; Radboud de Wit – Greenberg Traurig; Jan Herfkens – Greenberg Traurig; Maquina Lamé – Greenberg Traurig; Thédoor Melchers – Greenberg Traurig; Johan Nijmeijer – Greenberg Traurig; Eric Rosedale – Greenberg Traurig; Sabine Schoute – Greenberg Traurig; Rutger Sterk – Greenberg Traurig; Linda Thonen – Greenberg Traurig; Thomas Timmermans – Greenberg Traurig; Reinier van de Steenoven – Greenberg Traurig; Paul Westhoff – Greenberg Traurig;

Law Firms: Greenberg Traurig;

Clients: Round Hill Capital;