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Key Facts

Building Area
Occupancy 100.0 %
Wault 4.6

Property Description

The office property Eberhard-Finck-Strasse 55 in Ulm is for sale. The building, which was constructed in 1993, has a lettable area of approx. 6,171 sq m and is currently fully let to two main tenants.

The property is located northeast of the city center and convinces by its direct location at the B19. Both Ulm city center and the A8 motorway can be reached within a few minutes.

Investment Highlights

Directly located at the federal street (B19) with perfect connection to the city center of Ulm and motorway A8.

Strategically favorable location on the connecting

axis between Stuttgart and Munich.

Flexible multi-tenant building, with good third-party


Occupancy rate of 100%.

Annual net rental income of € 737,400.

Tenants with strong credit ratings who have been in

the property for many years

Good building substance according to the year of construction of the property.

Last Updated Date: 21 Sep 2020
Andreas Mader
Andreas Mader
Team Leader Office Investment
Fabienne Ruoff
Fabienne Ruoff

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