CLS Holdings has completed on the acquisition of Parsevalstrasse 11, Dusseldorf, for €43.6 million including costs.
The property generates net rental income of €3.1 million, reflecting a net initial yield of 7.1%, and has been financed with a local bank at an all-in cost fixed for seven years at 0.92%.
The building benefits from a high occupancy rate and presents significant scope for future rental uplifts and other asset management opportunities.
CLS chief executive Fredrik Widlund said: "We are delighted to have acquired this investment, which adds significantly to the Group's cash flow and provides strong asset management opportunities in the short to medium-term. The transaction underlines our ongoing confidence in the German property market and, as a long-term investor, we believe our broader European portfolio, with its diversified tenant base, will continue to provide a strong and stable income stream."