Prelios Deutschland – Confidence and Experience
Prelios Deutschland GmbH with its headquarters in Hamburg was founded 2007 by Prelios S.p.A and arose from the DGAG Deutsche Grundvermögen AG, one of the largest real estate companies in Germany. After legal separation of property ownership and management Prelios Deutschland, until 2010 under the name of Pirelli RE Deutschland, acts as a pure real estate management company and looks back on nearly ninety years of business history: The former DGAG Deutsche Grundvermögen AG, which stemmed from the merger between the State Development Company Landesentwicklungsgesellschaft Schleswig-Holstein (LEG) and parts of the Hamburg B&L-Group, had its origin in the Real Estate Construction Company for home-savers Wohnungsbaugesellschaft für Heimsparer in Kiel, founded in 1925.
Prelios Deutschland operates throughout Germany as a full-service provider in the areas of residential and commercial real estate. The focus is on asset and property management as well as the centre and facility management, moreover transaction and development services, additionally transaction and development services, letting, caretaker services and WEG-administration are offered. With approximately 50,000 apartments and 1.6 million square metres of retail and office space under management Prelios Deutschland is one of the leading real estate management companies in Germany. The company with its headquarters in Hamburg employs circa 400 employees. 28 sales offices and regional offices are maintained nationwide, among others in Kiel, Lübeck, Brunswick, Hanover, Delmenhorst, Frankfurt am Main, Constance and Munich.
With its subsidiary Prelios Deutschland, Prelios S.p.A. laid the foundation for the growing business in Germany in 2007 which today makes up around 50 per cent of the Group revenues. Since 2002 Prelios S.p.A. is listed on the Italian stock exchange in Milan, up to 2010 under the name Pirelli & C. Real Estate S.p.A. In 2001 the company emerged from the real estate brand Milano Centrale, which had its origin in the merger of Iniziative Agricole Commerciali Italiane (IACI) and Vitruvio about ten years ago.
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