CBRE Global Investors sells Straubing logistics building

CBRE Global Investors has sold the Europaring 11 logistics building in Straubing in south-western Germany to a fund of Savills Investment Management KVG.

The 36,500 sq m asset was originally built as a tyre warehouse and, after its successful repositioning by CBRE Global Investors, has been fully let to Encory, a joint venture between BMW and the ALBA Group, since 2018. 

The logistics property with a site area of around 63,500 sq m is located in the freight centre in the port of Straubing-Sand, around nine kilometres away from Straubing city centre. It is connected to the regional and inter-regional transport network via the B 20 main road.

"The sale is excellent proof of our in-house logistics expertise. In a period of just three years, we were able to achieve a successful repositioning with a subsequent exit to the benefit of our investors," says Tore Gehres, Head of Asset Management Office & Logistics Germany at CBRE Global Investors.

Encory provides disposal solutions for automotive parts and related logistics and consulting services. The company increases the level of recycling for automotive parts.

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