A new player enters Hamburg’s property market

A new player enters Hamburg’s property market 150 150 QUEST Investment Partners

A new player enters Hamburg’s property market

The former partners at Art-Invest Real Estate, Jan Rouven Künzel and Theja Geyer, founded QUEST Investment Partners. The company is headquar­tered in Hamburg, its main investor being the Hamburg entre­preneur Erck Rickmers.

Hamburg, 09 August 2016. Launching their own business, Jan Rouven Künzel and Theja Geyer will jointly pursue what they have been successful at for 12 years: devel­oping high-end real estate projects in prime locations. The well-known Hamburg entre­preneur Erck Rickmers was brought on board as share­holder and investor for the foundation of their new Hamburg-based company, Quest Investment Partners. Erck Rickmers is the founder and owner of the E.R.Group, which operates in the shipping, real estate and private equity sectors.

As a project developer and property manager in the German-speaking region, QUEST Investment Partners aims to contin­u­ously increase the property values of its share­holders. The company acts as an investment platform for private and insti­tu­tional investors. Until the end of July, Künzel and Geyer were members of the management team and partners at Art-Invest Real Estate, heading up the Hamburg office. Their last major project was the conversion of Hamburg’s Alter Wall into a shopping and office complex featuring a new boulevard, an under­ground car park and a footbridge. In agreement with Art-Invest Real Estate, Künzel and Geyer are leaving this successful project in order to embark on their own path of self-employment.

Short résumé

Jan Rouven Künzel: Engineer and Economist

Jan Rouven Künzel was most recently a partner at Art-Invest Real Estate. As a member of the management team, he was respon­sible for the Hamburg branch as well as the nationwide retail division. Prior to this, he was Managing Director at Water­bound Real Estate, in charge of the project devel­op­ments of Mayfair AG. In his capacity as branch manager at IVG, Künzel estab­lished the devel­opment business in Hamburg. At the B&L Group, he developed high-street projects for private investors in Germany for seven years. Jan Rouven Künzel holds a degree in engineering (Diplom-Ingenieur) and economics (Diplom-Ökonom).

Theja Geyer: Architect

Theja Geyer was most recently a partner at Art-Invest Real Estate. As a member of the management team, he was respon­sible for Hamburg’s Alter Wall project worth €250 million. Prior to that, he was an autho­rised repre­sen­tative of Water­bound Real Estate and led the project business in the field of project devel­opment. At IVG, Theja Geyer was in charge of the rental business, project devel­opment and asset management. As an architect at GKK (Gössler, Kinz, Kreienbaum), he developed office and retail properties in Hamburg for private investors such as the B&L Group.

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