Amir Dayan’s Lianeo successfully extended a lease in Eschborn

  (photo credit: freepik)
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Despite the economic crisis brought by the COVID-19 to the world, some industries remained resilient and growing in this challenging time. A leading and established German real estate company, Lianeo Real Estate, closed a deal in Eschborn a few weeks ago. 

Lianeo has also closed contracts with Frankfurt, Hanover, and Düsseldorf recently. Amir Dayan, an Israeli investor, and owner of Lianeo, has successfully signed with a leading global technology group to extend a lease for 2,500 square meters of space. The leasing contract is known to extend up to the end of 2026.  

Because of the recently closed deal, the growth of Lianeo Real Estate in this pandemic is undoubtedly impressive. In fact, the customer is among the Fortune 500 and currently employs 150,000 people. This indicates that it is yet another opportunity for economic growth for the humble town of Eschborn.

No doubt that Lianeo has seen the potential of Eschborn’s economy. Part of the Frankfurt Rhein-Main urban area and located in the heart of Hesse, it currently has 21,488 residents as of 2018. Despite being a town, it is located near Frankfurt wherein several large companies operate. 

It is a technology, financial and pharmaceutical center that comprises widely-diversified industries such as IT, telecommunications, life sciences, consulting, and finance. Deutsche Bank AG, Samsung, LG, and Abbott are some large companies situated in Eschborn. 

Several industrial parks are also in this town. It is also home to federal organizations such as the Federal Office for Economic Affairs and Export Control and the German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation. Eschborn is definitely a business-friendly location and home to large companies.

The large corporations operating in Eschborn allowed the town to prosper. The town's population grew in parallel with its economic development. Not only the industrial parks and industries have sprung up, but also the residential and recreational areas. Schools, nurseries, sports facilities, and other types of infrastructures are some of the few. 

For this reason, Lianeo’s management saw the economic opportunity of Eschborn. The company is delighted with the recent contract, along with the extension of 5 years.  This shows that the contract with the global technology company will prove a profitable opportunity for both parties and the town. 

Lianeo Real Estate is a leading and established leasing specialist firm and property management mainly operating in Berlin, Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Hannover, and Hamburg. Since they are working in the real estate industry, they specialize in commercial real estate. 

Their goal is to strengthen and grow by focusing on property, facility, construction, asset management, and leasing. As a leading and well-known real estate company in Germany, Lianeo owns an impressive asset portfolio, including ones from Vivion. Alongside these assets, they manage and own 38 properties all over Germany. 

The resilience of Lianeo Real Estate does not only rely on the company's assets. Their strategy has been effective, consistent, and thriving ever since. They focus on diversity, culture, and language to build relevant business relationships. 

In addition, their team of experts is diverse enough to explore opportunities that will grant the company to strive globally. They make the opportunity happen by allowing cross-continental deals to be accessible and more convenient. 

Another reason the company has been striving in this pandemic is because of the owner and Israeli investor, Amir Dayan (אמיר דיין). Born in Tel Aviv, he focuses on real estate development in Europe, specifically, The UK, the Netherlands, and Germany. 

Since his family is primarily known to engage in real estate, he proves that he can manage more than that. He has not only managed real estate but also other industries since 2005. These industries are hospitality and hotel businesses. He supports the company's manner of strategizing diversity, multi-culture, and language for their benefit and sustainability. 

This article was written in cooperation with Pronline