CEGEREAL, PARIS, FRANCE
CeGeREAL is a publicly-listed French REIT that owns four Class-A office properties
aggregating 1.7 million square feet in prime Parisian locations. Northwood acquired
a 60% stake in the company from Commerz Real in November 2015.
- Europlaza: 527,000 square foot office building in La Défense. Developed in 1999 and designed by HRO, the 31-story building occupies a dominant position in the submarket and is leased to a roster of high quality credit tenants that includes GE, Capgemini and Galdema. It is also the first "Garden Tower" in the area, providing tenants with a high quality environment for work and leisure. The building is the third building in France to obtain HQE Exploitation and BREEAM In-Use Very Good certification.
- Arcs de Seine: 486,000 square foot office building in Boulogne-Billancourt. Designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, this modern office complex in the west of Paris consists of three separate buildings arranged around a landscaped park and leased to a roster of credit tenants that include HP and Canal+. Arcs de Seine is the fourth building in France to obtain HQE Exploitation and BREEAM In-Use Very Good certification.
- Rives de Bercy: 334,000 square foot office building located in Charenton-le-Pont. The building has been fully-leased to Credit Foncier since 2003 and is easily accessible by public transportation and the motorway system.
- Hanami: 323,000 square foot campus-style office complex in Rueil Malmaison, an inner suburb of Paris’ Western Crescent. The property is set on an 8.2-acre land site and consists of nine interlinked office buildings. Developed in 1991 by Valode & Pistre, the property has attracted large corporate occupiers over the years such as Shell France, Schneider Electric, Vinci, Brandt and Axens.
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