ActivumSG Fund II Sells Mercure Hotel in Berlin

Jersey (UK), June 16, 2014   Activum SG Capital Management Ltd., the German focused real estate fund manager, has sold the 3-star Mercure Hotel in Berlin-Mitte to London based Internos Global Investors.

 

ActivumSG originally bought the asset in early 2012 as part of a mixed use complex called “Chausseehof” that included an adjacent 8,500 square meter landmarked office building, as well as 44 residential units that were sold to a private investor in September 2012. The office building at Chausseestraße 111 was originally erected for the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of the former German Democratic Republic 1954 and is today heritage listed.

 

Richard Wartenberg, who is in charge for acquisition & sales at Activum SG Advisory GmbH, comments: “This asset sale was a win-win situation for both ActivumSGand Internos.  ActivumSG Fund II achieved its desired returns on the sale while Internos will reap the future benefit of a high performing asset in an increasingly desirable location both close to the main train station in Berlin and around the corner from the new German intelligence agency headquarters.”

 

Activum was advised by Hackenberg & Co. GmbH, Frankfurt, und Olswang LLP, Berlin.

 

About ActivumSG

 

ActivumSG Capital Management Ltd. is a Jersey-based real estate fund manager – regulated by the Jersey Financial Services Commission – that repositions real estate related investments, primarily in Germany.  It manages a series of discretionary real estate funds and is advised by Berlin based Activum SG Advisory GmbH.  The group was founded in 2007 by Saul Goldstein and currently has a team of thirteen.  For more information, visit website at www.activumsg.com or follow ActivumSG on Twitter @activumsg

 

 

Media contact

 

Great Britain

Melissa Pelz

 

Tel.: +44 7942 630 126

E-Mail: mpelz@activumsg.com

 

Germany

Christoph Lang

 

Tel.: +49 30 288 761-51

Mobil: +49 151 193 09 648

E-Mail: christoph.lang@orca-affairs.de

16th June 2014

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