HAMBORNER REIT AG extends leases with anchor tenants in Lübeck's Haerder Center
Duisburg, 3 August 2017 - HAMBORNER REIT AG has extended the leases with the anchor tenants NEW YORKER and REWE at the Haerder Center in Lübeck, and has also let previously vacant space to the fitness studio operator EASYFITNESS for a term of 10 years.
The contract with the NEW YORKER fashion store was already extended until the end of 2023 in February of this year. The retail area of approximately 1,400 square meters has already been renovated in line with NEW YORKER's latest shop concept. Last month the supermarket chain REWE also renewed its commitment to the Haerder Center location and extended its lease by 15 years.
About HAMBORNER REIT AG
HAMBORNER REIT AG is a stock exchange-listed public limited company that exclusively operates in the property sector and is positioned as a portfolio holder for high-yielding commercial properties. The company has sustainable rental incomes, with a nationally-dispersed substantial property portfolio as its foundation. Attractive retail trade spaces in key town centre sites of German cities and intermediate centres form the focal point of the portfolio. In addition, the property portfolio includes highly-frequented specialist stores and profitable office buildings, as well as spaces for medical practices.
HAMBORNER REIT AG stands out due to its many years of experience in the property and capital market, its lean and transparent corporate structure as well as its special proximity to the tenants. Since February 18, 2010 HAMBORNER has been a registered Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) and benefits at company level from exemption from corporation and trade tax.
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Issuer: HAMBORNER REIT AG
Key word(s): Real estate
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