La Française REM ‘s Acquisition of Maison Bayard Building

Paul Hastings, KPMG and Préjean advised La Française REM on the transaction.
Lacourte Raquin Tatar advised LaSalle IM.

La Française REM acting on behalf of an institutional investor in connection with the acquisition of the company that owns the “Maison Bayard” building in Paris.

The building is the first modular wood-framed building in the Central Business District. The building offers 8,165 square meters of workspace and services, with 740 square meters of patios and gardens, to accommodate approximately 740 workstations. It will be occupied by the law firm Dechert LLP, the independent renewable energy producer Neoen and the corporate real estate consultancy Strategies and Corp.

Paul Hastings advised La Française REM on this transaction with a team led by Jean-Louis Martin (partner, Picture) and included Quentin Jobard and Tom Chanseau (associates).

KPMG advised La Française REM on tax aspects with Jean-Etienne Chatelon and Xavier Loran,

The Préjean advised La Française REM on accounting and financial aspects with Pierre Préjean.
The Wargny-Katz law firm advised La Française REM with Nicolas Masseline and Pauline Hervie on the notarial aspects.

Lacourte Raquin Tatar advised LaSalle IM was with Guillaume Jeannet, David Sorel and Clémentine Castel.

The Cheuvreux firm advised La Française REM with Victor de Verthamon on the notarial aspects.

Involved fees earner: Jean-Etienne Chatelon – KPMG; Xavier Loran – KPMG; Clémentine Castel – Lacourte Raquin Tatar; Guillaume Jeannet – Lacourte Raquin Tatar; David Sorel – Lacourte Raquin Tatar; Tom Chanseau – Paul Hastings LLP; Quentin Jobard – Paul Hastings LLP; Jean-Louis Martin – Paul Hastings LLP;

Law Firms: KPMG; Lacourte Raquin Tatar; Paul Hastings LLP;

Clients: La Française; LaSalle Investment Management;


Author: Ambrogio Visconti