Van Caem to invest €220m into new commercial space in Berlin

Van Caem to invest €220m into new commercial space in Berlin

Published at: 2018-02-16 10:20 | Author: CIJ Europe
Van Caem Projects is set to develop a new commercial space in Berlin’s Lichtenberg quarter. The scheme will feature six buildings and about 500 underground parking spaces. Van Caem expects to invest €220m into the development. The Dutch developer recently acquired a 34,194 sqm plot for the project, located between Frankfurter Allee and Coppistrasse, from a private investor. The purchase price was not disclosed. Berliner Maklerbüro BWFD acted as an advisor.




Photo source: berlin.de, VHS Lichtenberg

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