Unibail-Rodamco SE was founded in 1968. It is Europe’s largest commercial real estate company and the third largest in the world. Listed on the Paris Stock Exchange since 1972, the group has an inventory portfolio of 43.1 billion Euros (as of 31 December 2017).
The group is distinguished by its focus on the highest architectural, urban planning and environmental standards. This commitment to environmental, economic and social sustainability has been recognized by its inclusion in the DJSI (worldwide and Europe), FTSE4Good and STOXX Global ESG Leaders indices. The group is part of CAC 40 in Paris, AEX 25 in Amsterdam and the Eurostoxx 50 Index and has received an “A” rating by both Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings.
With Unibail-Rodamco Germany, which emerged from the mfi Management für Immobilien GmbH, the company currently operates 26 shopping centers in Germany as developer, manager, and owner, nine of them in its own portfolio, and aims for a structured growth. In August 2015, the group moved to the Airport City in Düsseldorf.
With over 450 employees, Unibail-Rodamco-Germany covers the entire real estate value chain: from project development, planning, construction services, leasing to long-term shopping center management, facility management and asset management as well as portfolio building. The comprehensive range of services also includes refurbishment and project management.
The development and realization of southern Überseequartier in Hamburg is currently Unibail-Rodamco’s largest and most unusual development project.
With its CSR strategy “Better Places 2030”, Unibail-Rodamco pursues an ambitious goal: to reduce CO2 emissions by 50% by 2030.
1. Fewer CO2 emissions, improved building sustainability
Our goal: 100% LED lighting and use of renewable energy for our real estate properties
2. Less pollution from transport, better connectivity
Our goal: By 2030, 75% of all visitors to our shopping centers will reach us using sustainable means of transport
3. Less unemployment, more job initiatives
Our goal: Hiring 1,000 young workers with low qualifications per year
4. Less hierarchy, more participation
Our goal: All managers, employees, partners and stakeholders will work together on the sustainable development of Better Places 2030