Logistics Real Estate and Unternehmensimmobilien

To back up investment and transaction decisions, our team prepares market and location analyses based on detailed and sound data and advises you on all projects relating to logistics and corporate real estate.


Contact: Alexander Fieback, Team Leader Office and Logistics Real Estate/Unternehmensimmobilien, fieback@bulwiengesa.de
Ph. +49 30-278768-14.

Publications on the same topic

Here you will find studies and analyses, some of which we have prepared on behalf of customers or on our own initiative based on our data and market expertise. You can download and read many of them free of charge here.

Study "Logistics and Real Estate 2022"

The 8th study has been published: "Logistics in Germany and Europe - acute challenges and opportunities".
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The 5 % Study 2022 - where it still pays off to invest

bulwiengesa has analyzed the potential returns of the German real estate markets for the eighth time.
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The 5 % Study 2021 – Where It Still Pays Off to Invest

For the seventh time, bulwiengesa examined the yield potential of the German real estate market.
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News about the same topic from our magazine

For our magazine, we have summarized relevant topics, often based on our studies, analyses and projects, and prepared them in a reader-friendly way. This guarantees a quick overview of the latest news from the real estate industry.

Logistics real estate: On a record course during the crisis

The new study shows: The high level of construction activity continues in the market for logistics real estate. Another record year is expected in 2022 - and rents will continue to rise. However, the risks will also increase, at least in some cases.
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Chart of the Month September: Investment Market Logistics Real Estate

In an exclusive preview of the study "Logistics and Real Estate 2022", which will be published on October 5, we take a look at the investment market. The fact is: Turnover is outstanding - but for how much longer?
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Chart of the Month - August: Trending towards the suburbs

It has become crowded in the metropolises, building land is scarce and expensive. No wonder that construction activities have increasingly shifted to the surrounding areas. In Frankfurt, almost every second square metre is built outside of the centre; at the same time, plans for flats have declined by 26 % since 2021. This is shown by the current assessment of the Development Monitor
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