• ASI in SEK 1.2 billion resi acquisition

    Sweden 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.

  • Sweden: Transaction volumes SEK 75 billion YTD

    Sweden While the Finnish property market has slowed down considerably in 2019, the Swedish market remains exceptionally strong. To date, properties worth SEK 75 billion have changed hands in what promises to be one of the best years ever in the Swedish market.

  • Balder makes SEK 800 million acquisition

    Sweden Listed Swedish entity Balder has acquired a portfolio entailing hotels, offices, logistics and residentials in Göteborg for approximately SEK 800 million. The seller is an anonymous private investor.

  • Vasakronan swoops on SEK 563 million office property

    Sweden Vasakronan has acquired the property Juvelen, a new office development in Uppsala, from Skanska for SEK 563 million. The property has a LFA of roughly 8,600 sq.m.

  • Blackstone acquires EUR 400 million logistics portfolio in Sweden

    Sweden 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.

  • NREP acquires SEK 493 million resi development

    Sweden 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

    Sweden 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

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

  • M&G invests in Swedish Motala

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

  • SLP acquires logistics property

    Sweden 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.

  • Castellum divests industry properties

    Sweden 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

    Sweden 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

    Sweden 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

    Sweden 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.

  • Hemfosa acquires properties for SEK 575 million

    Sweden 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

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

  • Riksbank leaves repo rate unchanged

    Sweden As expected, the Riksbank decided to leave the repo rate unchanged at -0.25 per cent this week. Economic outlook appears gloomier than before and inflation seems to fall short of the target for some time ahead, forcing the Riksbank has reassessed its inflation forecast going forward.

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