The Covid-19 economic crisis has profoundly impacted the global commercial real estate market. It is possible to observe empty office buildings, empty shopping centers and abandoned apartments in metropolitan areas; in other words, the occupancy rate has dropped around the world. Despite difficult circumstances, Germany remains the largest commercial property market in Europe and one of the few that grew during the crisis. A prominent example can be found in the industry giant Lianeo, owned by Amir Dayan (אמיר דיין איש עסקים) which has recently announced the closure of several operations in 2021.
In terms of commercial real estate, logistics properties in central locations are a scarce asset due to the rapidly changing flow of goods, also in light of the pandemic. Currently, the significant increase in demand only corresponds to a limited supply. That is why Lianeo Real Estate’s recent leasing success in this sector is so impressive and exciting. Given the magnitude of this success, Lianeo is particularly proud of the conclusion of this contract, which was facilitated by the local Hamburg team.
In terms of container performance, the area is incredibly attractive and should easily attract new business. Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany, after Berlin, and the seventh largest city in the European Union. It is located on the River Elbe and two of its tributaries, the River Alster and the River Bille. It is an international business and trade center, classified as the third largest port in Europe, after Rotterdam and Antwerp. Therefore, it plays a prominent role as a supply center for Central Europe and is also characterized by an excellent long-distance transport infrastructure. Therefore, logistics has always played an important role for the city.
Lianeo Real Estate belongs to a well-known Israeli businessman 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. Lianeo’s management is convinced that this The new agreement will prove fruitful for all parties involved and will bring new business to the city of Hamburg.