HB Reavis launches in Germany and acquires two major sitesRead press release
● HB Reavis, the international workspace provider, marked its ambitious plans for growth in Germany by announcing two major acquisitions in Berlin and Dresden totalling 3.5 hectares.
● The deal marks the breakthrough of HB Reavis into the German market for the first time.
● Plans will see the introduction of HB Reavis’ co-working initiative as well as designs aimed at and catering to a range of businesses, from start-ups and scale-ups to larger corporations, all while fostering well-being and productivity.
Today, HB Reavis, the international workspace provider, marked its ambitious plans for growth in Germany by announcing two major acquisitions in Berlin and Dresden totalling 3.5 hectares.
For the first time, the two strategic sites represent HB Reavis breaking into the German market. Germany has become the sixth European country in which the company is active, including the UK, Poland, Czechia, Slovakia and Hungary. The international workspace provider has to date delivered over 1.1 million sq m of commercial space and has further developments in the pipeline totalling more than 1.3 million sq m with a planned value of €7.1 billion in its core markets.
Now the company aims to introduce its trademark approach to well-being, productivity and overall experience to the German market through the delivery of two new office developments.
The first of these major acquisitions includes a two hectare site in Berlin that will transform the former Alter Schlachthof site at Landsberger Allee 104 in Berlin into a new, well-connected business hub designed for the city’s creative and tech-led communities.
Located between the vibrant district of Friedrichshain and Prenzlauer Berg, the site is just next to a major S-Bahn hub and only few minutes from Alexanderplatz and downtown Berlin.
This development will provide a range of spaces flexibly designed to cater to everything from start-ups to large corporations. Plans also include conference and event facilities, fitness areas and retail.
The second site in Dresden will see the delivery of a 1.6 hectare unique campus next to the city’s academic quarter.
The international workspace provider brings with it a fresh approach to creating exceptional workspaces that foster mental well-being and support healthier, happier and more productive workspaces. It has already established a record of such developments elsewhere in Europe, with developments such as 33 Central and 20 Farringdon Street in London and Varso Place in Warsaw.