Tristan fund sells shopping centre in Berlin

Tristan fund sells shopping centre in Berlin

Published at: 2017-07-14 13:28 | Author: CIJ Europe
Tristan Capital Partners has sold the Neukölln Arkaden shopping centre in Berlin’s district Neukölln on behalf of one of the funds that it advises. The terms of the sale to Deutsche Alternative Asset Management UK Limited, are not being disclosed. The shopping centre, which is situated on Karl-Marx Strasse in southeast Berlin, offers 37,500 sqm of space. The tenants of the property include include Kaufland, MediaMarkt, Deutsche Post and Rossmann. The property also features rooftop bar, a cinema complex and fitness centre. JLL, Greenberg Traurig and PWC adviced CCP III on the sale, Greenberg Traurig and PWC.

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