• SLP acquires logistics property

    Nordic Update Logistics vehicle SLP, recently founded by a group of high-profile Swedish property investors, has acquired a logistics property in Ljungby, south Sweden. The property has an LFA of 40,000 sq.m. of which 40 per cent is leased to PostNord.

  • SBB buys 30 Norwegian special care properties

    Nordic Update SBB Norden has acquired three portfolios entailing a total of 30 special care properties in Norway. The fully let properties are located in the regions surrounding Oslo, Trondheim and Lillehammer and are leased to care providers Ambea and Ecura.

  • Tristan makes EUR 57 million acquisition in Oslo

    Nordic Update Tristan Capital Partners’ fund EPISO 4 has acquired three multi-let office buildings in Oslo for EUR 57 million. The acquisition is made in cooperation with local partner Malling & Co. Project Finance and the seller is Tveten Park AS.

  • Hemfosa issues SEK 1.3 billion green bond

    Nordic Update Hemfosa has issued a senior non-secured green bond amounting to SEK 1.3 billion. The bond matures on May 16th, 2022, and has a floating coupon of Stibor 3M plus 240 bps.

  • FastPartner issues SEK 800 million bond

    Nordic Update FastPartner has issued a non-secured bond with a nominal value of SEK 800 million and a maturity time of four years. The loan carries a coupon of Stibor 3M plus 245 bps and matures in May 2023.

  • Skanska appoints Head of Media Relations

    Nordic Update Skanska has appointed Jacob Birkeland as the companies new Head of Media Relations. Prior to joining the company, he held the position of Group Head of Press and Public Affairs at Bonava.

  • Castellum divests industry properties

    Nordic Update Castellum has divested a pair of industry properties in Vaggeryd in the southwest of Sweden to Millenium Fastigheter. The properties have a total LFA of 13,500 sq.m. and a land area of 60,000 sq.m.

  • Savills IM acquires Helsingborg retail property

    Nordic Update Savills IM, on behalf of its fund Savills IM Nordic III – Retail has acquired a retail property in central Helsingborg. The property has a total LFA of 7,800 sq.m. and is located at Kullagatan and entails shops, restaurants and a gym.

  • Fabege in SEK 1.6 billion office transaction

    Nordic Update Fabege has agreed to sell the property Pelaren 1 in Söderstaden, Stockholm, to KPA Pension for SEK 1.6 billion. The 21,500 sq.m. office property is a multi-tenant building with mobile operator 3 as the single largest tenant.

  • Amasten acquires SEK 3 billion portfolio

    Nordic Update 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.

  • Podcast: Ilija Batljan, CEO SBB

    Nordic Update Fastighetsnytt’s investor relations podcast, IR-podden, visits SBB headquarters and meets CEO and founder Ilija Batljan who comments briefly on the company’s Q1. SBB is entering a new phase with an investment grade rating and strong financial muscles.

  • Balder drops Moody’s

    Nordic Update Balder has decided to end its cooperation with Moody’s and going forward the property company will only be rated by S&P. Balder cites deterioating rating quality as the reason.

  • Wallenstam launches green bond programme

    Nordic Update Wallenstam enters the green bond market by launching a green bond programme. The programme has been verified by Cicero and is assigned the highest rating, Dark Green.

  • DWS acquires Finnish resi portfolio

    Nordic Update 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.

  • Blackstone buys Danish local partner

    Nordic Update Blackstone has announced the acqusition of its local partner 360 North in Denmark. In a press release the private equity giant writes that its residential real estate platform will continue to build on the 360 North team’s deep knowledge of the local market and its track record.

  • Hemfosa acquires properties for SEK 575 million

    Nordic Update In a series of acquisitions made in the past few months and announced on April 29th, Hemfosa has acquired properties in Finland, Norway and Sweden for a total underlying value of SEK 575 million. The properties have a total annual rental income of SEK 42 million.

  • Nyfosa acquires retail properties for SEK 470 million

    Nordic Update Nyfosa has acquired two retail properties located in Västerås and Borås for roughly SEK 470 million. The seller is pension insurance company Alecta.

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