• Corum Origin invests in Finnish retail

    Nordic Update French investor Corum Origin SCPI has acquired two retail properties in Finnish cities Hämeenlnna and Kajaani from Fastighets AB Esmero Retail Property.

  • Niam acquires Helsinki office property for SEK 315 million

    Nordic Update Niam has acquired a recently completed office property in Aviapolis, outside Helsinki, from Skanska. The price in the transaction is SEK 315 million.

  • Blackstone acquires EUR 400 million logistics portfolio in Sweden

    Nordic Update Blackstone subsidiary Onyx Sweden Holdco S.a.r.l. has acquired a portfolio of properties from listed Swedish company Corem Property Group for a total value of SEK 4.2 billion (EUR 397 million). The portfolio entails 30 properties, mostly warehouse and logistics, on 13 different locations in Sweden.

  • Klövern taps bond market for SEK 700 million

    Nordic Update Klövern has issued a 4-year non-secured SEK 700 million bond. The security is issued under a programme of SEK 2.5 billion.

  • Hemsö enters schuldschein market

    Nordic Update Hemsö has made its first transaction in the German schuldschein market with a EUR 75 million issue of a Namensschuldverschreibung.

  • Jeudan acquires Copenhagen properties for DKK 510 million

    Nordic Update Danish listed property company Jeudan has made a DKK 510 million investment in central Copenhagen, bringing the total value of the company’s property stock to almost DKK 25 billion.

  • NREP acquires SEK 493 million resi development

    Nordic Update 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.

  • Hemsö divests portfolio for SEK 1.2 billion to SBB

    Nordic Update Hemsö has divested a portfolio of 14 community service properties in Sweden to SBB Norden for SEK 1.2 billion. The properties are located in the Stockholm region as well as in the western parts of the country.

  • M&G acquires logistic property outside Stockholm

    Nordic Update NCC has divested a logistics development in Brunna, outside of Stockholm, to a fund managed by M&G Real Estate for SEK 190 million.

  • Podcast: Kestutis Sasnauskas, CEO Eastnine

    Nordic Update Fastighetsnytt meets with Kestutis Sasnauskas, CEO of Eastnine, who comments on the company’s latest report. The company is predominantly active on the Baltic office market and has a strong market position which the results for Q1 reflect.

  • Nyfosa prepares for further growth

    Nordic Update Nyfosa has issued a three-year non-secured bond with a nominal value of SEK 750 million. The proceeds from the transaction will partly be used to help the company reach its growth target

  • Entra borrows NOK 1.6 billion in green bond issue

    Nordic Update In a green bond transaction, Entra has borrowed NOK 1.6 billion by issuing two different bonds. The first bond is a six year floating rate bond maturing in May 2025 has a coupon of Nibor 3M plus 83 bps.

  • Why the sudden rush to Nordic real estate? 

    Nordic Update For many years, international investors were net sellers in the Nordic property market. That changed in 2017, a year when foreign buyers – representing both core and value-add capital – net invested more than EUR 10 billion in Nordic real estate. The next year, in 2018, the figure was EUR 6 billion. And so far in 2019, foreign buyers have net invested another EUR 1 billion. So, three consecutive years with large capital inflows. Why do we have this strong trend, and will it continue?

  • SBB Norden makes first investments in Denmark

    Nordic Update SBB Norden continues the cross-border expansion of its operations. The company has signed a declaration of intent to acquire six properties in the Copenhagen and Aarhus regions.

  • M&G invests in Swedish Motala

    Nordic Update M&G, through its long lease fund M&G European Secured Property Income Fund, has acquired a elderly care development in Swedish town Motala.

  • GLL buys Sweco’s Finnish HQ from Sponda

    Nordic Update German fund manager, GLL Real Estate Partners, on behalf of its fund GLL  Pan European Property Fund has acquired the Finnish headquarters of engineering giant Sweco. The 20,000 sq.m. property was sold by Blackstone owned Sponda, for an undisclosed price.

  • Vonovia proceeds with delisting of Victoria Park

    Nordic Update Vonovia has raised its stake in Victoria Park to over 90 per cent by excersising call options and now intends to initiate a compulsory acquisition procedure to take control of remaining shares and delist the Swedish company.

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