Local market transparency combined with international expertise - that’s Colliers International in Duesseldorf. Thanks to our custom advisory services, tailored solutions and reliable recommendations, we have let over 600,000 square meters of commercial space in Duesseldorf and accompanied transactions worth approximately €5.2bn. What makes us unique? The high expectations we place on ourselves. With us you can rest assured you will have access to qualified, experienced real estate experts for all asset classes. We also bring innovative ideas, determination and motivation to the table along with sound analyses and professional recommendations. In a nutshell: We make your goals our own!
Duesseldorf is the state capital of North Rhine-Westphalia and a popular destination for culture, shopping and business with an international flair. The city’s old town, Königsallee, the Rhine promenade and Medienhafen attract visitors from all over the world. Located in the heart of the Rhine-Ruhr region, Duesseldorf’s significance as an economic hub extends far beyond the borders of the region. 40% of all EU citizens live within a 500-kilometer radius of Duesseldorf.
With numerous companies from the fashion industry as well as a large number of consulting firms, Duesseldorf is home to an exciting industry spectrum. Impressive, high-quality office space available for lease is in high demand. Landmarks such as the Gehry buildings and MedienHafen with its striking architecture are the location of choice for a number of well-known companies. Prime office locations in Duesseldorf include the CBD, City Center, MedienHafen, Kennedydamm, the left bank of the Rhine/Seestern, Duesseldorf North, Airport City, Grafenberger Allee, City Center East and Duesseldorf South. Average rent comes to a current €15.40 per sqm. The manufacturing industry generates the highest take-up on Duesseldorf’s office leasing market.
Duesseldorf’s Königsallee luxury shopping location boasts the highest footfall in Germany. Numerous luxury and premium brands from the high-end fashion segment have stores there and the area also benefits from mainstream labels such as H&M, Zara and Esprit, which act as footfall magnets. In contrast, the city’s Flinger Strasse focuses on young fashion and is characterized by a number attractive historic buildings featuring smaller retail space. Schadowstraße also attracts high footfall. Other prime locations for restaurants and fashion in Duesseldorf include Trinkausstraße, Grabenstraße, Königsstraße, Blumenstaße and Mittelstraße.
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Ignaz started his career 1987 at Jones Lang Wootton working the first 2 years in the letting department in Düsseldorf. He then moved into the investment sector and was at the end Head of Investment at Jones Lang Wootton in Germany. He established his own firm in 1998 and is now responsible for the investment activities in Düsseldorf and Germany. He is also in the Investment EMEA Board and therefor a link to the International Colliers colleagues in the world. He was involved in large investment transactions like Allegro (€ 505m), Strabag (€ 450m), Deutsche Bank (€ 280m), Deka (€ 180m). He is specialized in offices but has also done many deals in the retail sector.
10 years experience in real estate business