The contract for the property with rental space of more than 14 500 square metres has been extended for a further 13 years on a long-term basis before the end of the current lease.
Swiss Life Asset Managers has extended the long-term lease with Nordex SE for the single-tenant “Nordex Forum” property in Hamburg Langenhorn for a further 13 years until 2035 prior to the expiry of the lease, which has been in force since 2010. The Nordex Forum was opened in 2011 and provides around 500 jobs.
The Nordex Group is one of the largest manufacturers of wind turbines worldwide. The building is the headquarters of the main management and other Group companies.
The property is located at Langenhorner Chaussee 600 in northern Hamburg's Langenhorn district. It was built in 2010 and has been constantly updated with state-of-the-art technology. Spanning an area of over 14 500 square metres, it offers a modern use and space concept with a total of 195 parking spaces. The building has DGNB Gold certification.
“We are delighted to be able to continue our good cooperation with Nordex. The Nordex Forum is a showcase for smart and sustainable usage. This extension is an important signal for long-term continuity and a successful partnership,” says Robert Wolf, Regional Head Asset Management North-East at Swiss Life Asset Managers.
Renovation measures are planned in the coming months to further modernise the space by 2025. This includes the conversion or renewal of the entire lighting system to LED lights, the installation of six new e-charging stations for cars and the addition of more bicycle parking spaces.
The Langenhorn district, with over 45 000 inhabitants, is located in the north of Hamburg. The office building is close to Hamburg Airport and is characterised by good transport connections.