Blackstone’s €1.28 billion acquisition of Hansteen assets

Hengeler Mueller has advised the acquirers together with Simpson Thacher & Bartlett and Loyens Loeff.

Funds advised by The Blackstone Group L.P and M 7 Real Estate have agreed to acquire the light industrial property portfolio of Britain’s Hansteen Holdings in Germany and the Netherlands for EUR 1.28 billion. Around 100 of the properties to be acquired are located in Germany.

The Hengeler Mueller team includes partners Thomas Müller (Picture) (M&A/Real Estate), Jan D. Bonhage (Public Law, Berlin), Markus Röhrig (Antitrust, Brussels) and Heinrich Knepper (Finance) as well as associates Lars Voigt, Loretta Lang, Maximilian Spindler, Talbot Zander (all Frankfurt), David Harbecke and Martin Schild (both London) (all M&A/Real Estate), Maren Klinsing (Public Law, Berlin) and Malcolm Tiffin-Richards (Antitrust, Brussels).


Involved fees earner: Thomas Müller – Hengeler Mueller; Lars Voigt – Hengeler Mueller; Loretta Lang – Hengeler Mueller; Maximilian Spindler – Hengeler Mueller; Talbot Zander – Hengeler Mueller; David Harbecke – Hengeler Mueller; Martin Schild – Hengeler Mueller; Jan Bonhage – Hengeler Mueller; Maren Klinsing – Hengeler Mueller; Markus Röhrig – Hengeler Mueller; Malcolm Tiffin-Richards – Hengeler Mueller; Heinrich Knepper – Hengeler Mueller;

Law Firms: Hengeler Mueller;

Clients: Blackstone; M7 Real Estate Ltd;


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