Taliesin Property was formed to invest in residential property in Berlin, where property prices had slumped to levels considerably below those pertaining in other German and European cities. Even though prices have risen in Berlin, they are still substantially beneath estimated “replacement cost”. At the start of 2013, Taliesin Property owned over 1,400 residential units, primarily tenanted apartments, and nearly 200 commercial units, mainly retail units on the ground floor of apartment blocks. The total combined area of the portfolio was 125,000 square metres.
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