Patrizia Immobilien has bought two German commercial properties from Warburg-HIH Invest for an undisclosed sum.

Patrizia - which manages €14.5bn of office assets and a €1.8bn logistics portfolio - has acquired the Portal 10 office building in Münster and a logistics facility in Krefeld in two separate deals.  Patrizia currently manages around €40bn of real estate assets.

The seven-storey, multi-tenant Portal 10 office property with 6,562sqm of space is fully let. The 59,000sqm logistics facility is leased on a long-term tenancy to Siemens.

Patrizia said the logistics asset was bought for the Logistik-Invest Europa I fund (PLIE I), which is now fully invested.

Its successor, PLIE II, which plans to raise €350m has so far raised €150m. PLIE II made its first acquisition in September with a further €130m worth of assets in the pipeline, the manager said.

Philipp Schaper, Patrizia’s head of European transactions, said: “The low risk inherent with the strong, established tenants in each of these assets plus the attractive remaining lease terms means both deals represent solid investments for our clients – and both once again delivered by our expert teams on the ground.”