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AFIAA lets 9,000 sq m in Munich to E.ON

(lifePR) (Zürich, ) The Zurich-based Swiss Foundation for International Real Estate Investments (AFIAA) has concluded a long-term lease of the entire "Campus Bravo", at Georg-Brauchle-Ring 52/54 in Munich, to E.ON.

"Campus Bravo", close to the Olympic Park, has a total area of around 9,000 sq m, with about 8,500 sq m of offices and 500 sq m of storage space. The property also provides 88 underground parking spaces.

The eight-storey building, designed by Dusseldorf architects ingenhoven, was constructed in 2005. Certified as a "green" building and with modern fit-out, it was awarded a BREEAM certificate with a "Very good" rating.

BNP Paribas Real Estate brokered the deal.

"Campus Bravo" is close to several shopping centres and only two minutes' walk from the Georg-Brauchle-Ring U-Bahn (underground) station (Line 1), providing good public transport links.

AFIAA, which has offices in Zurich, New York and Sydney, currently has investments with a total volume of 1.5 bn CHF in selected locations. AFIAA plans to make further additions to its real estate portfolio. It is in negotiation for the acquisition of further assets in Munich and elsewhere in Germany and Europe.

AFIAA Anlagestiftung für Immobilienanlagen im Ausland

AFIAA is an investment foundation set up under Swiss Law. It invests exclusively in foreign real estate assets. Tax-exempt Swiss pension funds provide AFIAA with an attractive investment instrument with a clear profile, in order to make selective additions to its portfolio. AFIAA has offices in Zurich, New York and Sydney. Currently the portfolio comprises 27 direct investments, with long-term growth potential, in North America, Europe and Australia. The total investment volume is around 1.5 bn CHF.