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Hamburg is Germany's most attractive logistics region

The consults of Bulwiengesa AG put Hamburg first ahead of Berlin and Leipzig in its new survey "Logistics and Real Estate 2015“

Analysis company bulwiengesa presented the first independent study in Germany, providing a comprehensive examination of the logistics real estate market from various perspectives. With this study, bulwiengesa makes a vital contribution to the further professionalisation of the asset class, which has become firmly established on the German property investment market with a current share of around seven per cent of all investments.

The Property Market of 28 Logistics Regions

The real estate survey by bulwiengesa covers 28 logistics regions for the German market and thus expands the established spectrum. In a final ranking, the study assesses the market attractiveness of the logistics regions in 2015 for investors, developers and users, based on a scale of one to five, with one representing an above-average rating across various sub-categories. The first three places are taken by Hamburg with a market attractiveness of 2.17, followed by Berlin (2.21), and Halle/Leipzig (2.25). Overall, the study confirms the diversity of interesting logistics regions in Germany.

The study “Logistics and Real Estate 2015– Many Angles. One Study” is available free of charge and marks the start of an annual series. Interested parties will find the download at the
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Logistics and Real Estate 2015

“Logistics and Real Estate 2015” is the first independent study in Germany to comprehensively examine the asset class of logistics properties from various perspectives. Analysis company bulwiengesa investigates the market movements in the period from 2010 to 2015 and evaluates them across the four central subject areas of project development, construction trends, investment and financing. For the first time, the study provides an overview of the principal stakeholders on the diverse German market and offers the industry and interested public a guideline for orientation. Furthermore, it offers an evaluation of the various logistics regions in Germany from an economic perspective. Commercial property financer Berlin Hyp, general contractor BREMER, property group Goodman, and property consultancy Savills supported bulwiengesa as partners in the design of the study and provided valuable market insights in their respective segments.

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