The Hamburg office letting team of international real estate consultancy firm Cushman & Wakefield has fully let the 6,000 square metre “Ballin Fleur” office and commercial building in Hamburg under a long-term lease on behalf of Credit Suisse Asset Management.
The new user of the property at Rosenstrasse 9-11 in Hamburg's city centre is Hapag Lloyd. The renowned shipping company will occupy the entire 5,200 square metres of office space in the property.
A fund managed by Credit Suisse Asset Management acquired the building in 2020 as part of a portfolio transaction and is currently carrying out extensive renovation work. The property is being renovated in accordance with sustainability aspects in order to obtain BREEAM certification and meet the highest requirements of future tenants. In addition to classic offices, the architecturally striking building also houses numerous open spaces, flex spaces and collaboration rooms that take into account the changed conditions in the modern office world of work. Hapag Lloyd will move into the space immediately on completion of the refurbishment, which is planned for mid-2022.
CMS Hasche Sigle Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten und Steuerberatern mbB provided legal support to the landlord. Rödl & Partner and CBRE were active on the tenant side. Credit Suisse was also advised by STRABAG Property and Facility Services GmbH.