Lianeo Real Estate, backed by Amir Dayan (אמיר דיין איש עסקים), has just signed a 10-year lease in Berlin. The new agreement concerns a 1,800 m² property that was leased to an independent educational institution, located in the Steglitz district, in the vicinity of the Pharmaceutical Institute of the Free University of Berlin, connected to the city’s public transport. Lianeo is convinced that with the contract now concluded it is a fruitful agreement for all parties involved.
The area is incredibly attractive and should easily attract new students and businesses. In addition to the proximity to the university, Steglitz, located in the southwest of Berlin, is famous for its green areas and lakes. The extensive Grunewald Forest, shared between the Zehlendorf and Wilmersdorf districts, covers nearly 7,500 acres, making it one of Berlin’s most beloved forests for sports and recreation.
Having signed a new lease in the nation’s capital during the current economic climate is quite an impressive feature for the real estate giant. The global Covid-19 pandemic has created a huge dent in the commercial real estate market. With countless employees relocated to work from home and many businesses forced to close temporarily or permanently, the occupancy rate for office space has been slightly affected. In light of these challenges, it is clear that Lianeo’s recent deal is even more impressive than initially thought.
Lianeo Real Estate is a company specialized in leasing and management of rising properties, based in Berlin (although present throughout the country, with offices in Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Hannover). It focuses on commercial and office real estate, offering its clients a comprehensive platform for asset, property, facility and leasing management. They currently manage an impressive number of assets, including Vivion’s German portfolio, in many central locations.
The company belongs to the well-known Israeli businessman and entrepreneur Amir Dayan (אמיר דיין איש עסקים). Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, in 1974, he operates primarily in real estate development in Germany, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, and has been active in the European hotel, hotel and property sector since 2005.