• Signs green leases in Uppsala

    Nordic Update Atrium Ljungberg has signed two new green leases to Academic Work and Tengbom in its property Forum in Uppsala. Moreover, the existing tenant, KitchenTime will expand their operations and add 400 sq.m. to their current green lease.

  • Tristan buys landmark office property for 1,22 million EUR

    Nordic Update CCP 5 LL, a fund managed by Tristan Capital Partners, has made a high profile acquisition in Norwegian capital Oslo. The fund has bought a landmark office building in the Helsfyr business district for 1,22 million EUR from Starwood Capital Group.

  • Finland: Nine months volumes down by 30 per cent from 2017

    Nordic Update During the third quarter, property transactions amounting to a total of 1.6 billion EUR were made in the Finnish market. Thus, the total volume for the first nine months of the year is now at 5.6 billion EUR

  • Conficap buys three Helsinki office properties

    Nordic Update Finnish family office Conficap Oy has acquired three office properties in the Helsinki district Pitäjänmäki. The buildings have a total leasable area of 33,000 sq.m. and are all located within walking distance from the Pitäjänmäki and Valimo train stations.

  • Wereldhave exits Finland through 450 million EUR transaction

    Nordic Update Dutch real estate investor Wereldhave has agreed to sell the Itis shopping centre in Helsinki to a fund advised by Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investment.

  • Pareto vehicle acquires office properties for 206 million NOK

    Nordic Update In a transaction dated October 9th, Norwegian entrepreneur Terje Høili sold a pair of office properties in Fredrikstad to a syndicated structure created by Pareto Project Finance.

  • A scorching housing market

    Nordic Update Housing accounts for almost half of all transactions that took place in the Swedish real estate market in the first half of 2018 and there is more in the pipeline as foreign investors turn to Swedish housing. Hotels and community properties are also progressing well.

  • Gefion planning bid on Victoria Properties

    Nordic Update Danish property developer Gefion Group is planning a tender offer to acquire all shares in listed property manager Victoria Properties and thus take the backdoor into the listed sphere.

  • Shift of power in Stockholm as greens go blue

    Nordic Update A new majority will take over Stockholm city hall as the green party Miljöpartiet has decided to break up the previous red-green coalition and work with the right wing alliance.

  • Corem signs eight-year lease in Jönköping

    Nordic Update Corem Property Group leases 6,600 sq.m. to Gastro Food in its property Älgskytten 4 in Jönköping. The new tenant moves in on November 1st on an eight-year lease.

  • Real estate shares down for second week in a row

    Nordic Update Fastighetsnytt’s urban development index (FSBX) had dropped 0,6 percent by lunch on Friday and is down almost 4 percent this week.

  • BlackRock buys landmark office building in Helsinki

    Nordic Update Following its first investment in Finland in September, BlackRock Real Assets has made a second office acquisition in Helsinki. This time around, the US asset management giant, bought a landmark, Renaissance Revival listed building in Helsinki CBD.

  • Swedish real estate – growing in capital markets

    Nordic Update During the recent period of rapid expansion, the traditional bank market has not been sufficient as a funding source for the whole of the Swedish real estate sector. For this reason, the Swedish real estate sector has rapidly expanded in the Swedish corporate bond market in addition to raising funds via both ordinary equity and preference shares. Following the rapid growth, these companies now make up for around to 40% of the Swedish corporate bond market.

  • SBB invests 289 million SEK in southern Sweden

    Nordic Update Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden recently announced the acquisition of ten properties in Höganäs not far from Malmö in south Sweden. The property value underlying the transaction is 289 million SEK.

  • Logicenters leases new logistics facility to New Wave Group

    Nordic Update Nordic logistics property company Logicenters has acquired a newly completed logistics building in Råde, about 70 kilometers outside of Norwegian capital Oslo.

  • Major lease in Sthlm 01

    Nordic Update Skanska has signed a lease agreement with international coworking company IWG, which owns brands such as Regus, Spaces and No18. IWG leases 4,400 sq.m. in Skanska’s new landmark skyscraper Sthlm 01, located in Hammarby Sjöstad in southern Stockholm.

  • Specialfastigheter issues 20-year bond

    Nordic Update Specialfastigheter, one of the most prominent issuers of corporate bonds in the Swedish money market, has issued a new bond with a nominal value of 300 million SEK.

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