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Hengeler Mueller

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Berlin, Brussels, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, London, Munich

Thomas Müller

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Hengeler Mueller

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Real Estate; Mergers & Acquisitions.


Thomas advises a wide range of international and domestic investors, and corporates on M&A transactions and joint ventures, with a strong emphasis on real estate transactions. He has been instrumental in developing the firm's real estate practice and has been involved in a number of varied, high-profile transactions in recent years, including, in particular, advising large international real estate funds on all aspects of real estate and corporate law. His experience spans portfolio transactions and large single asset transactions in all asset classes.


Thomas joined Hengeler Mueller in 1991, and has been partner since 1996.


University of Augsburg.

Germany: Real estate and construction

Real estate

Within: Leading individuals

Thomas Müller - Hengeler Mueller

Within: Real estate

Hengeler Mueller stands out for its clear international focus: the team has a core focus advising foreign funds, especially those from the US, on the full spectrum of real estate law. Martin Geiger advised the Bank of America Merrill Lynch on the financing of the acquisition of a Europe-wide portfolio by Ares Management, and Daniel Kress, who divides his time between Frankfurt and London, assisted Goldman Sachs with the acquisition of the 42-property Artemis portfolio from Savills Fund Management. Thomas Müller advised Axel Springer on the sale of the new Axel-Springer building to Norges Bank Real Estate Management for €425m and on the sale of Axel-Springer-Passage. It also advised Blackstone Group on the acquisition of the Goodman Azurite portfolio for €640m.

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  • Hengeler Mueller advises Ørsted on GIP's sale of stake in offshore wind farm Gode Wind 1 to Glennmo

    Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) is divesting its 50 percent stake in the German offshore wind farm Gode Wind 1. GIP has for this purpose sold a 25 percent stake in the project to each of the investors Glennmont Partners and The Renewables Infrastructure Group Limited (TRIG). Ørsted, global leader in offshore wind and developer of the wind farm, will continue to hold a 50 percent stake in the wind farm.
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