Low interest rates, surplus liquidity and secular transformation: in the current context, the need to carry out in-depth analysis work, and our demands when it comes to selecting investments are greater than ever before. Our close-knit, experienced team puts together attractive, high-performance and resilient portfolios.
investmentscompleted since 2015
acquisitionsby our portfolio companies since 2015
millionrealized track record, with a 37% IRR and an investment multiple of 3.0x
Resources for stimulating growth
We invest in real estate and high-potential companies that own the real estate assets they operate. To boost their growth over the long term, we provide them with the expertise and resources – financial, human and operational – they need. Our success is underpinned by our teams based in Paris, London and Luxembourg and our global network of advisors, along with our offices in Madrid, Frankfurt and New York.
Diversification and returns
Since we launched our first real estate fund in 2015, our approach has been consistent: focusing on companies and real estate assets that combine major advantages with limited disadvantages in terms of value. We have assets in areas ranging from stable and highly promising sectors, such as healthcare, to those that are struggling but show potential for recovery, such as hotels. We also invest in real estate assets that need improvement. Since 2015, we have invested directly in 12 companies, completed 25 build-ups and carried out two disposals. We favor stable sectors and those that have seen major corrections but are set to recover.
30/05/2023 - PRESS RELEASES
Eurazeo lets 5,000 SQM of space to Comexposium Highlight campus now fully
06/07/2022 - PRESS RELEASES
Eurazeo completes the sale of its stake in Reden Solar
17/05/2022 - PRESS RELEASES
Launch of the European Real Estate II ELTIF fund
07/03/2022 - PRESS RELEASES
Eurazeo has reached an agreement to sell its stake in Reden Solar
16/02/2022 - PRESS RELEASES
Eurazeo continues to expand its real estate investment portfolio across Europe with first German investment