Dr. Pierre-André Brandt advises clients on corporate and real estate law. He has particular experience in real estate transactions (asset and share deals, single and portfolio transactions), in project developments and in the area of commercial tenancy law. In addition, he has special expertise in real estate financing and real estate asset management.
As part of his PhD studies through the University of Düsseldorf, Pierre-André Brandt was a visiting scholar at the institute for private law at the University of Oslo. As a legal trainee at the Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf, Pierre-André worked, inter alia, at McDermott on real estate matters in Düsseldorf and New York.
Galeria Karstadt Kaufhof GmbH on protective shield proceedings
Art-Invest on various transactions including Kaiserhof in Cologne (Allianz-Property at Kaiser-Wilhelm-Ring), Fürst und Friedrich in Düsseldorf, Neuer Kanzlerplatz in Bonn and Alter Wall in Hamburg as well as ongoing lease law advise including post-closing
Art-Invest on the sale of a hotel project development on Florence to Invesco
SIGNA on the acquisition of various real estate plots for a project development around Munich main station as well as lease law advice
RFR Holding and SIGNA Holding on the acquisition and acquisition financing of Chrysler Building in New York
The Best Lawyers in Germany, Real Estate Law, 2020 to 2024
Juve Handbuch Wirtschaftskanzleien 2022/2023 – Recognized as Rising Star in Real Estate and Construction Law (under 40)
Deutsch-Nordische Juristenvereinigung e.V.
JDWA – Verein Junger Düsseldorfer Wirtschaftsanwälte
Higher Regional Court of Düsseldorf, Second State Exam, 2015
University of Düsseldorf, Dr. jur. (PhD), 2015
University of Oslo, 2012
University of Düsseldorf, First State Exam, 2011
University of Bonn, 2007
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