Despite the challenging Covid-19 pandemic that is still ongoing, Lianeo Real Estate, the property management and leasing specialist firm in Germany has successfully negotiated a lease extension with multiple major customers occupying properties it manages.
Lianeo has managed to negotiate an extension to an existing lease agreement with the Hanover-based State Office for Geoinformation and Land Surveying by 15 years. The lease agreement is for 13,500 square meters of an office building in Hanover, the capital of Lower Saxony.
In challenging scenarios, strong team performance becomes particularly evident. Lianeo has proven itself well positioned and through this lease extension has make a very good contribution to the overall performance of the managed portfolio.
The long extension to the contract is seen as a major success, especially during the tough corona pandemic times.
Lianeo Real Estate is owned by Israeli property tycoon Amir Dayan (אמיר דיין) and has its headquarters in Berlin. As a scalable property management company, the company provides all services relating to the sustainable development and value of real estate throughout Germany. It focuses on commercial and office real estate.
Amir Dayan (אמיר דיין) was born in Tel Aviv, Israel. The Israeli investor and businessman grew his property portfolio by specializing in commercial real estate. Since 2005, Mr. Dayan been active in the European hotel business and real estate sectors, mainly in the Netherlands, UK, and Germany. Besides Lianeo and Vivion, Amir Dayan is also a shareholder in other various public and private real estate investments.