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VIB Vermögen AG: VIB Vermögen acquires property of around 41,000 sqm in Ingolstadt for project development

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DGAP-News: VIB Vermögen AG / Key word(s): Real Estate
11.01.2022 / 07:30
The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.

Corporate News

VIB Vermögen acquires property of around 41,000 sqm in Ingolstadt for project development

Neuburg/Danube, January 11, 2022 - VIB Vermögen AG, a company specialising in the development, acquisition and portfolio management of commercial properties, is expanding its property pipeline by around 41,000 sqm with the purchase of a fully developed plot in a prime location in Ingolstadt.

In addition to a plot of land of around 10,000 sqm already in the company's portfolio, VIB Vermögen was able to acquire a further property with a size of around 41,000 sqm. Under the umbrella of a joint venture, in which VIB Vermögen holds a 74 percent stake, the two plots will be combined and completely redesigned. As a result, lettable space in the order of around 25,000 sqm is expected to be developed on the combined plot. The location is very well suited for any kind of use by the logistic or light industry due to the very good connection to the highway A 9, one of the main traffic arteries in Bavaria.

"The acquisition of land has become one of the great challenges for real estate companies. We are all the more pleased that we have been able to acquire a plot from our existing network that meets our criteria particularly well," said Martin Pfandzelter, CEO of VIB Vermögen AG.

 

Contact

Investor Relations:

VIB Vermögen AG
Petra Riechert Tel. : + 49 (0)8431 9077-952
Tilly Park 1 Fax: + 49 (0)8431 9077-929
86633 Neuburg/Danube E-mail: petra.riechert@vib-ag.de


Profile of the VIB Vermögen AG

VIB Vermögen AG is a medium-sized company that specializes in holding commercial real estate and has been operating successfully for more than 25 years. The focus is on properties in the logistics/light industry and retail sectors in the economically strong southern German region. VIB's shares have been listed on the Munich (m:access) and Frankfurt (Open Market) stock exchanges since 2005.

VIB's business model is based on a "develop-or-buy-and-hold" strategy: On the one hand, VIB acquires properties that have already been let, and on the other hand, it develops new properties from the ground up in order to incorporate these permanently into its own portfolio and to generate rental income from them. In addition, VIB holds interests in companies with real estate assets.


11.01.2022 Dissemination of a Corporate News, transmitted by DGAP - a service of EQS Group AG.
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Language:

English

Company:

VIB Vermögen AG

Tilly-Park 1

86633 Neuburg/Donau

Germany

Phone:

+49 (0)8431 / 9077 952

Fax:

+49 (0)8431 / 9077 973

E-mail:

petra.riechert@vib-ag.de

Internet:

www.vib-ag.de

ISIN:

DE000A2YPDD0

WKN:

A2YPDD

Listed:

Regulated Unofficial Market in Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich (m:access), Stuttgart, Tradegate Exchange

EQS News ID:

1266910


 

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