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Vastint is an international real estate developer which creates long-term value through property investment. Vastint has over 25 years’ experience and schemes across Europe.About Vastint
Vastint works towards positive long term social, economic and environmental solutions and developments. The cornerstones of our operations are the management of portfolio properties and the development of commercial real estate, including residential development.
Vastint is part of Interogo Holding AG in Switzerland, the holding company of the investment businesses focusing on two main areas: Property Investments through Vastint Holding B.V. and Financial Investments.
 About Vastint UK
We specialise in unlocking the potential of large urban sites to create truly mixed-use regeneration schemes.
We create large-scale urban developments which balance working, living and leisure activities; places designed to be characterful, connected into their history and local context, and most of all, thoughtfully designed from the inside out. With liveability key to their design, the developments have a pragmatic, holistic approach to sustainability.
We intend to maintain a long-term ownership and management interest in our developments, working with tenants and residents to curate them over time, ensuring they are successful.
We are a values-led organisation as well as a commercial one; we know that if we deliver exceptional developments loved by generations to come, they will be socially sustainable as well as commercially successful.
Our small, cosmopolitan team takes inspiration from best practice around the world. We work with organisations which share our aspirations and values. And most of all, we collaborate; we bring together specialists from different disciplines and challenge them to find new creative ways of reimagining and reinvigorating how we design urban landscapes.
We currently own over 29 hectares of land which will deliver over 800,000m² of working and living accommodation in the coming years. That is: 4,250 homes, 163,000m² workspaces and offices (GIA), 29,000m² ground floor retail and leisure space and the potential for 15,000 jobs.
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