ATP acquires 4-star hotel in Munich in a joint venture
ATP, Denmark’s largest pension fund, and a Dutch institutional investor have acquired the Hotel Holiday Inn Munich City Center in a joint venture. Global investment manager Invesco Real Estate has sourced the transaction and will serve as the asset manager of the property going forward.
The transaction totals EUR 187.5m and the investment is primarily shared between ATP and the Dutch institutional investor, represented by CBRE GIP. Backed by a long-term rental agreement the hotel is oper-ated and leased by German based Event Hotel Group.
Michael Nielsen, CEO of ATP Real Estate, is pleased with the acquisition of the hotel located in the Haidhausen district and close to the historic city center of Munich and the S-bahn.
“We see the Munich hotel investment as a great opportunity to leave another footprint in the German real estate market. The asset’s prime location will ensure a stable return on a long-term basis benefitting our members,” he says.
The 4-star hotel consists of 582 rooms, conference facilities to host up to 600 people, a lunch and break-fast restaurant as well as underground parking facilities. The hotel was originally built in 1973 and fully refurbished in 2004-2006. As part of the plan for the hotel, the rooms will be renovated in the course of the next three years.
ATP is a Danish public pension fund with 5 million members and EUR 108bn of assets under management.
ATP Real Estate is a subsidiary of ATP, investing in both directly and indirectly held real estate assets on behalf of ATP. With EUR 5.1bn of assets under management, ATP Real Estate is a large institutional real estate owner and investor in Europe.
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