M&G Real Estate agrees terms with four new tenants at Dutch business park


M&G Real Estate has agreed deals with four new tenants at its 15,000 sq m Amersfoort Data Club Offices at the De Hoef business park in the province of Utrecht.

The agreements have been made on behalf of the M&G European Property Fund, managed by David Jackson and Simon Ellis.
 
Valmet Automation B.V., PASCAD Beheer BV, Aareon Nederland BV and Dijkhuis Letselschade have signed to take approximately 1,500 sq m. Data Club Offices is a tailor-made office scheme, specifically designed to meet the needs of the modern occupier, with a focus on agile working and shared areas where people can meet informally. Space may be calibrated according to individual needs and is serviced by a central reception, meeting rooms and brasserie.
 
Earlier this year, TRILUX, a manufacturer of energy efficient and sustainable lighting solutions, relocated its business to Data Club taking a 10-year lease.
 
Marc Reijnen, ‎Head of Asset Management, Continental Europe, says: “We envisage that the demand for flexible office space is set to increase. Developing flexible space can help future proof investment returns to ensure assets stay relevant amidst disruptive trends as changing occupier requirements.”
 
M&G Real Estate was advised by Cording Real Estate Group, MVGM Bedrijfshuisvesting and Cushman & Wakefield.
 
M&G Real Estate’s European offices are located in Frankfurt, Madrid, Milan, Paris and Stockholm.

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