Oxford Properties appoints Andreas Hardt as German MD

By Paul Norman - Monday, April 16, 2018 10:49

Oxford Properties, the global real estate arm of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS), has appointed Andreas Hardt as managing director of its German office.

As managing director he will help to grow Oxford Properties’ German portfolio and look after its most recent acquisition, the Sony Center at Potsdamer Platz in Berlin.

Oxford’s European portfolio now comprises 17 assets in London, Paris and Berlin with a combined value of C$8.2bn/€5.5 bn including Rue Blanche, Avenue de France, ParisBastille and Window in Paris, St James’s Market, The Post Building and London Wall Place; King Edward Court and St Martin’s Court at Paternoster Square, Watermark Place, MidCity Place and The Blue Fin Building; as well as 130-137 and 48-50 New Bond Street and The Royal Exchange in London.

Oxford Properties Group is one of the world’s premier real estate investment, development and management companies.

Established in 1960, Oxford manages over C$45bn of real estate assets on behalf of its co-owners and investment partners, with a global portfolio spanning over 60m square feet. With offices across Canada and in London, Luxembourg, Berlin, Boston, Washington DC, New York and Singapore, with regional investment, development and management professionals. Oxford is the global real estate arm of OMERS, the pension plan for Ontario’s municipal employees.

Prior to joining Oxford Properties, Hardt was responsible for Blackstone's real estate platform in Germany. He has 25 years of experience in acquisition and sales, asset management, fund management and project development.

Andreas has also been Managing Director at Valad in Berlin, Director Central Region at Goldman Sachs RMD/Archon in Frankfurt and Fund Director at Alpha Real Capital in London. He started his career at Deka Immobilien Investment in Frankfurt.


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