Bahrain’s Investcorp acquires German office campus for $99m

The deal marks the company’s second German real estate investment



Bahrain’s Investcorp on Monday announced its acquisition of an office campus in Eschborn, Germany for around EUR86m ($99.2m).

The deal for the newly-renovated KO Kampus, which comprises three office buildings spanning 40,000sqm, research and development areas, data and design centres and a restaurant and conference rooms, is the company’s second in the German real estate market.

The firm previously purchased Stuttgart’s Bürocampus Wangen in April together with Continuum Capital Investment Management.

Co-CEO Hazem Ben-Gacem said the company would continue identifying opportunities in the sector.

Investcorp also acquired German HR software provider and job marketplace Softgarden for an undisclosed sum earlier this month.

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The company said in August it expected to make its first direct investments in China and India.

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