• ASI in SEK 1.2 billion resi acquisition

    Housing Aberdeen Standard Investments has acquired three residential properties in the Stockholm region for SEK 1.2 billion from JM. ”It is one of the best portfolios I’ve seen for a long time”, says Magnus Kenning to Fastighetsnytt.

  • ASI joint venture plans 5,000 micro-living units in Nordics

    Housing A joint venture between Aberdeen Standard Investments and Swedish company Ailon Group is currently planning or developing 2,000 micro-living units in bigger cities in the Nordics. Moreover, the parties have plans for additional 3,000 units in the coming three years.

  • AXA IM acquires EUR 174 million resi portfolio in Copenhagen

    Housing In the largest transaction of the year in the Danish market, AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets have acquired a residential portfolio in Copenhagen for EUR 174 million.

  • NREP acquires SEK 493 million resi development

    Housing NREP has acquired a residential development in Uppsala from Besqab. Upon completion in 2022, the property will consist of 253 rental flats. The deal is valued at SEK 493 million.

  • Amasten acquires SEK 3 billion portfolio

    Housing First North listed Swedish property company Amasten has signed a declaration of intent to acquire Urbano, a SEK 3 billion vehicle owned by ICA-handlarnas Förbund. The transaction almost doubles the size of Amasten.

  • DWS acquires Finnish resi portfolio

    Housing Deutsche Bank asset management arm DWS has acquired a residential property portfolio of 542 apartments from Finnish construction group Lehto. The six properties located in different growth markets will be completed in 2019 and 2020.

  • NCC receives SEK 1.5 billion order in Copenhagen

    Housing NCC has been contracted to build 233 new residential units on the artificial island Kronløbsøen outside Copenhagen. The development is commissioned by Kronløbsøen Projekt P/S.

  • CapMan acquires resi project in Denmark

    Housing CapMan, on behalf o fits fund CapMan Real Estate II, has acquired a residential property under development in Risskov in the northern parts of Denmark’s second city Aarhus. The seller is DOMIS and the price is undisclosed.

  • JM buys additional property in Norway

    Housing JM has acquired a centrally located property in Norwegian city Trondheim. The property has an approved local plan for about 170 apartments and the deal is worth NOK 90 million.

  • Heimstaden invests EUR 1,4 billion in the Netherlands

    Housing Heimstaden acquires a Dutch portfolio entailing 536 residential properties for EUR 1.4 billion. The properties are located all around the Netherlands, albeit with some concentration in the Randstad region. The deal is expected to be closed on May 1st.

  • Heba divests four properties for SEK 465 million

    Housing Listed Swedish company Heba has divested three properties in the Stockholm Metropolitan Area to three different buyers for a total of SEK 465 million. All four properties are residential properties, containing a total of 249 flats.

  • Aberdeen Standard buys residential property in Copenhagen

    Housing Aberdeen Standard Investments has acquired a residential property comprising 8,902 sq.m. divided on 97 rental flats in Valby Maskinfabrik in the outskirts of Copenhagen. The seller is Europa Capital

  • Willhem sells 781 Malmö flats to Trianon

    Housing Willhem has sold a portfolio of eleven properties to Trianon for a total price of SEK 900 million. The properties comprise 781 flats as well as some commercial premises have a total LFA of 53,000 sq.m.

  • Akelius plans divestments in Germany

    Housing Akelius Residential is currently in discussions with potential buyers of 2,800 apartments in German cities Düsseldorf, Cologne and Frankfurt, the company has announced.

  • Heimstaden’s Copenhagen shopping spree continues

    Housing Heimstaden keeps buying residential properties in Denmark. Its latest acquisition is a DKK 336 million residential development project on Islands Brygge in the Danish capital. The seller is Danish company Bach Gruppen.

  • Barings buys resi project for SEK 1.3 billion

    Housing Global investor Barings Real Estate has acquired a residential development project in Spånga in the outskirts of Stockholm for SEK 1.32 billion from a joint venture owned by FastPartner and fund manager Slättö. The project contains 600 apartments, with a total area of 25,000 sq.m., and is currently in a local planning process.

  • Heimavellir divested 210 flats in 2018

    Housing In 2018, Icelandic residential property company Heimavellir sold properties for a total ISK 6.2 billion, equivalent to EUR 45.7 million. The company sold 210 flats over the year as a whole and during Q4 it divested properties for ISK 2.9 billion (EUR 21.3 million).

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