• The Arcueil Property
    Located in the “Vache Noire” district, an urban redevelopment sector in the inner southern suburbs of Paris, the asset is fully let to Orange Group (mobile division of France Telecom) with a long term lease until December 31st 2021. It was built in 1969 as a turnkey project for France Telecom with an H layout. The building houses the support functions of the Orange Group including the Information Systems management. It was the first and original building of the “Orange Village” comprising 6 buildings in Arcueil.
  • The Bad Hombourg Property
    The subject property is a single building with five storeys plus three underground levels. The building was constructed in 2004. It has one main entrance, and the office areas could be subdivided into 3 units per floor. The property offers views of the Frankfurt skyline. Altogether the building comprises 109,103 sq.ft of lettable area. This lettable area provides 77,662 sq.ft offices, and 31,441 sq.ft of other space (storage, common area, terrace). There are altogether 207 parking spaces in the underground parking garage and in front of the building. The building is in a good condition.
  • The Baldi Property
    The property, located at the address municipally known as 44/50 Avenue du Capitaine Glarner, 93400 Saint-Ouen, France, was constructed in 1991, and is comprised of 155,259 square feet (14,424 square meters) of GLA, of which 94,708 square feet (61%) is office space and 60,551 square feet (39%) is mixed use area.
  • The Duisburg Property
    The Duisburg property is located at the address municipally known as Schifferstraße 80, 47059 Duisburg Germany, and is a eight storey building constructed in 2007. The building is comprised of 217,915 sq.ft of lettable area, of which 205,300 sq.ft are of office use.
  • The Dubonnet Property
    The property, located at the address municipally known as 19-21 avenue Dubonnet, 92400 Courbevoie, France (the “Dubonnet Property”), was constructed in 1970 and is comprised of a 96,111 square foot (8,929 square metre) building predominantly consisting of office space, with a small amount of retail space that is leased to a private child care centre.
  • The Hanover Property
    The Hanover Property is located at the address municipally known as Hans-Boeckler-Allee 11, 30173, Hanover, Germany and is a seven storey building constructed in 2000. The building is comprised of 124,076 square feet (11,527 square metres) of leaseable office space consisting of a basement, a ground floor and six upper floors.
  • The Vanves Property
    The Vanves Property is located in a suburb of Paris known as Vanves and benefits from high visibility as it is served by a comprehensive road and public transportation network. Vanves is one of the most densely populated municipalities in Europe and the tenth largest (by population) in France.
  • The Sablière Property
    The property, located at the address municipally known as 27-29 rue de la Sablière, 75014 Paris, France, was constructed in 1985, and is comprised of a 41,043 square foot (3,813 square meter) building. The six-storey building with two underground levels is situated in the region of Ile de France, in the 14th district of Paris
  • The Jeuneurs Property
    The property, located at the address municipally known as 40, rue des Jeûneurs, 75002 Paris (the “Jeûneurs Property”), is a seven-story 50,407 square foot (4,683 square metre) office building with accompanying parking that was originally constructed in 1890 but has undergone ongoing renovations since 2006. It is situated in the central business district of Paris and is easily accessible by metro stations and bus lines.
  • The Dubonnet Property
    The property is leased to a total of six tenants, with the main tenant, Smart & Co., occupying 51% of the total space in accordance with a seven year lease. HSBC France has guaranteed Smart & Co.’s lease up to approximately €1.6 million. Inovalis has managed the property since December 22, 2006.
  • The Hanover Property
    The property is currently 100% occupied and has an annual base rental of $14 per square foot (€117 per square metre) with a remaining lease term of 12.3 years as of September 30, 2012.
  • The Vanves Property
    The property is a three-building office complex constructed in 1982 and located opposite one of the main entrances to the Paris Exhibition Center. The property’s main tenant, France Telecom, has been a tenant of the property since 1999 and just recently renewed its lease on October 1, 2012. France Telecom occupies approximately 70% of the total space of the property and is partially owned by the French government.


Inovalis Real Estate Investment Trust Announces Q2 2015 Financial Results Release Date, Webcast And Conference Call   

The Office Market In The Greater Paris Region Q4 2014 - Best year for the investment market since 2007.   April 01, 2015

The office market in the Greater Paris Region - A year of mega transactions!    August 19, 2014

Investment in France - H1 2014 is up 51% over one year and much higher than the average of the last 10 years   August 19, 2014

Strong momentum on the German investment market   July 31, 2014

Inovalis REIT - Webcast Year End Results   March 24, 2014


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Arcueil Arcueil Property

Cologne Cologne Property

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