HEUSSEN: IT Law Practice Group Listed in Ranking and International Law Firm Network MULTILAW Listed in “The Elite” by Chambers Global
MULTILAW, one of the world’s largest networks of independent law firms, has just made “The Elite List” of Chambers Global seven times consecutively. This makes MULTILAW one of only nine international law office networks to be ranked among the best by Chambers and Partners. The renowned British legal publication is considered one of the international ranking leaders in the legal profession. In its own statements, Chambers bases its evaluations on thousands of interviews with lawyers, law offices and businesses.
Being a member of MULTILAW, the HEUSSEN law firm is in a position to offer its clients cross-border comprehensive legal services in Germany by working closely together with other partnering law firms within the MULTILAW Network.
HEUSSEN again in Who's Who Legal
In the current edition of Who's Who Legal by the London-based international specialist publisher Law Business Research Ltd. three lawyers from the full-service commercial law firm HEUSSEN are listed. Benedikt Murken is included in the list of the 31 "National Leaders", and thus amongst the leading German lawyers in private construction law. Procurement law specialist Uwe-Carsten Völlink is among the 34 leading lawyers in Germany in the field of "Government Contracts". At the same time, he is listed under the 26 leading legal experts worldwide in his field (Global Leader). Prof. Dr. Benno Heussen, who is one of Germany's leading lawyers in the field of "Data", is also highly regarded. He is also listed as one of the world's leading lawyers in the field of "Data: Information Technology".
Partner Dr. Jan Dittmann among the top real estate lawyers in the WirtschaftsWoche survey
In the current survey of WirtschaftsWoche on the list of the "most renowned law firms and lawyers for real estate law", Dr. Jan Dittmann was recommended by the experts surveyed particularly frequently. This makes him one of the top lawyers for real estate law in Germany.
Industria Wohnen buys new residential quarter in Lübeck
155 new apartments will be built in three construction phases by 2023
INDUSTRIA WOHNEN has purchased a total of 10 multi-family houses with 155 residential units from Bonava for a special real estate fund as part of a forward asset deal. The total investment is around 45 million euros. The new residential quarter, located about three kilometers from Lübeck's city center, will be built in three construction phases to KfW 55 standard. Completion and handover to the investor are planned in stages between the third quarter of 2022 and the second quarter of 2023.
A team from the commercial law firm HEUSSEN led by Partner Christian Weinheimer (real estate law, Munich) provided comprehensive advice to Industria Wohnen on the acquisition. Further team members were Michael Wichert (Partner, Real Estate Law, Berlin) as well as from Munich Rupert Klar (Partner, Tax Law), lawyer,ID=282,Name='Franziska Amtstätter'] (Senior Ass., Real Estate Law) and Isabel Raff (Ass., Tax Law).
Industria Wohnen Buys into Development Property in the City of Mainz
Former job center site on Rodelberg Hill chosen as development site for new residential area featuring 205 living units on the city outskirts
Local real estate investment company INDUSTRIA WOHNEN recently bought into development property as part of an asset deal in the city of Mainz. In total, the company has invested roughly 92 mil. Euros ($ 108,706,000). Situated in the southern part of the Mainz suburb of Oberstadt, the development comprises a new residential area offering an exceptional view of the surrounding landscape as well as excellent regional accessibility. The property site was sold by a conglomeration of another local real estate company, namely Ingelheimer J. Molitor Immobilien GmbH, and emag GmbH, a joint enterprise of Mainzer Aufbaugesellschaft mbH (Mainz Development Association) as well as EPPLE Holding GmbH, based out of Heidelberg. The purchaser of the site is “Wohnen Deutschland VII”, a special alternative investment fund managed by INDUSTRIA WOHNEN.
In the process of the acquisition, an expert team dispatched by corporate law firm HEUSSEN and helmed by law firm Partner Christian Weinheimer (real estate law, Munich) provided Industria Wohnen with comprehensive legal assistance. Members of the expert team further included Michael Wichert (Partner, real estate law, Berlin) as well as Rupert Klar (Partner, tax), Franziska Amtstätter (Senior Assoc., real estate law) and Franziska Reuber (Senior Assoc., tax), all from the firm’s Munich Office.
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