Swiss Life And BEOS’ Acquisition of the ‘CURVE Campus’ in The Technology Park Berlin-Adlershof Close

Loschelder has advised Signature Capital on the deal.

The Irish real estate investor Signature Capital, based in Berlin and Dublin, announced the sale of the ‘CURVE Campus’ in the southeast of Berlin. The buyer of the property is Swiss Life together with BEOS.

The CURVE Campus is located in Germany’s largest science and technology park, Adlershof, which is also Berlin’s largest media location. The multi-tenant property was built in 2009 as the headquarters of the solar module manufacturer Solon and is now leased long-term to compa-nies with strong credit ratings. In addition to the existing development with over 26,000 m² of rental space, the CURVE Campus offers an attractive building land reserve of two building fields. The property was awarded the BREEAM DE “Excellent” sustainability certificate in 2017.

The Loschelder team included Dr. Stefan Stock (Picture) and Dr. Nikolai Wolff (partners in real estate law) as well as Dr. Maike Friedrich (partner in public building law), Dr. Oliver Kerpen (partner in construc-tion and architectural law), Janos Mahlo (partner in commercial tenancy law) and Gina Hützen (associate in real estate law).

Involved fees earner: Maike Friedrich – Loschelder; Gina Hützen – Loschelder; Oliver Kerpen – Loschelder; Janos Mahlo – Loschelder; Stefan Stock – Loschelder; Nikolai Wolff – Loschelder;

Law Firms: Loschelder;

Clients: Signature Capital;

Federica Tiefenthaler

Author: Federica Tiefenthaler