20 December 2016 – Cuatro
Deutsche Asset Management (AM) has granted a loan amounting to €71.5 million to the joint venture between TH Real Estate and Neinver to finance its acquisition of the Nassica shopping and leisure centre in Madrid, whereby contributing 51% of the €140 million that was disbursed for the transaction.
Deutsche AM reported that the financing will be provided through its senior debt real estate fund.
At the beginning of November, TH Real Estate and Neinver completed the purchase of the Nassica shopping centre from the private equity firm KKR for €140 million.
At the beginning of 2015, Neinver and TH Real Estate signed a strategic alliance to create a leading platform of outlet centres in Europe, in which they each hold a 50% stake and through which they own several assets, in addition to the complex located in Getafe.
Constructed in 2002 and located in Getafe, in the south of Madrid, Nassica has a surface area of 53,000 m2, which is divided into 44 spaces for retail, restaurants and leisure.
The property, which was completely renovated in 2015, has a high occupancy rate and a large variety of retail outlets, including a Carrefour, MediaMarkt and Toys R Us, as well as other domestic and international brands.
The shopping centre attracts 6.4 million visitors per year and is easy to access given its strategic location close to two major highways. Moreover, it is next to The Style Outlets, an important shopping centre, which is managed by Neinver. (…).
Recently, Deutsche’s real estate debt investment division completed the €57 million refinancing of a portfolio of investments in Mayfair, London, as well as a new €750 million mandate for a German institutional client.
Deutsche AM’s real estate debt business has a total volume of €2,000 million (as at 7 November 2016).
Original story: Cuatro
Translation: Carmel Drake