Tishman Speyer has purchased downtown office building Karlshofe in Munich’s Konigslatz and Lenbach area for its Tishman Speyer European Core Fund.
The property is 81 percent leased on long term leases. Vendor, Bayerische Bau und Imnmobilien Gruppe developed the 11,600- square-meter asset in 2005. The transaction price has not been revealed.
Tishman Speyer, which owns New York’s Chrsyler Building and the Rockefeller Center, is targeting office properties in major European cities for its core open-ended fund.
The firm also manages a value added fund, Tishman Speyer's Real Estate Venture VI, which closed in January 2006 on $1.1 billion of commitments.