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Dr. Martin Haase


Dr. Martin Haase
English, German
Practice Group

Martin Haase has many years of experience in the area of real estate, in particular with special real estate projects such as holiday resorts as well as with industrial real estate projects. Especially for complex projects, he not only develops tailor-made solutions but also succeeds to get these through due to his solution-oriented style of negotiation. Martin is acknowledged for his experience with building leases.

Therefore, he is the right person to go to if you intend to develop, finance or sell projects based on building leases. He does not only know what you should take care of, but also how to present such projects to investors and financing banks. Clients value that Martin knows how to provide his legal advice with a wider commercial and strategic advice. Martin is an appreciated lecturer in real estate seminars and a speaker in our "Lunch Lectures".

Representative experience

Advising a European operator of holiday parks on the development, extension and refinancing of various holiday parks.

Advising a power plant operator on the development of a power plant project in an industrial park.

Advising Autobahn Tank & Rast GmbH on leases as well as on hereditary building rights concerning motorway service areas.

Advising an investor on the acquisition of a portfolio of residential properties.

Advising the Hahn Group on the acquisition of retail properties.

Advising Redevco Services Deutschland GmbH on the acquisition and sale of various real estate properties.

Advising a real estate investor on the acquisition and redevelopment of a large residential, office and retail center.

Advising a shopping center operator on the optimization of the standard shopping center lease agreement.

Education and admissions


  • Urban Land Institute
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