Swiss Life Asset Managers France completes the acquisition from Assembly, on behalf of Mark, of the office complex at 32 rue de Trévise, Paris 9th arrondissement

Swiss Life Asset Managers France is pleased to report that it has completed the acquisition of a new commercial real estate asset in the 9th arrondissement of Paris from Assembly on behalf of Mark. The transaction took the form of an off-plan contract. Swiss Life Asset Managers France was advised by CBRE.

The property acquired on behalf of an OPPCI for the MAIF Group is ideally located at 32 rue de Trévise, in the heart of a vibrant district full of cultural amenities, cafés, restaurants and shops. It is also very accessible, either by public transport or by one of the many nearby bike paths.

Covering more than 4,300 m2, the site includes about 800 m2 of green space, and will be completely refurbished by the CALQ architectural office and the Bortolussi agency. It will consist of three buildings, including a private residence classified as a historical monument since 1976.

In order to meet users’ expectations, Maison Trévise will favour open spaces, both formal and informal, and will feature flexible open-plan layouts enjoying plenty of natural light plus a wide range of options (showrooms, cafeterias, lofts, studios).
The entire property will be certified and receive the HQE, BREEAM, WiredScore and BiodiverCity labels.

“We are pleased with this acquisition, which demonstrates our conviction that location plus the right mix of uses and service options are the key factors in ensuring the office sector’s attractiveness. This project also underlines our commitment to ESG, whose 'best in progress' strategy aims to improve existing buildings,” says Julien Ganier, Deputy Head of Portfolio Management for Third party Portfolios at Swiss Life Asset Managers France.

Handover is scheduled for the second quarter of 2023.

This transaction is an integral part of the Mark Group’s urban regeneration and repositioning strategy,” say Jean Charles Equoy, CEO of Assembly and Philippe Bidaud, a member of Mark’s Executive Committee.