• 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.

  • Deputy CEO to leave Fabege

    Sweden Klaus Hansen Vikström, Deputy CEO and Head of Business Development of Fabege, will step down and as of May he will take on a consultantancy role at the company.

  • Wihlborgs divests SEK 1.4 billion property

    Sweden Wihlborgs has divested the property Landsdomaren 6 in Lund to Intea Fastigheter for a price of SEK 1.4 billion. The 27,500 sq.m. property is fully let to Region Skåne, which operates psychiatric care on the premises, on a 20-year lease agreement expiring in May 2033.

  • Wihlborgs makes SEK 1.2 billion acquisition in Helsingborg

    Sweden Listed company Wihlborgs acquires two properties in downtown Helsingborg. The properties have a total LFA of 51,000 sq.m. and the value of the transaction is SEK 1.2 billion. The seller is Alecta.

  • Sweden: Unprecedented transaction volumes in Q1

    Sweden During the first quarter of 2019, properties worth SEK 42 billion changed hands and over the past twelve months turnover in the Swedish market amounts to SEK 175 billion. According to a report from Savills, the market for property in Sweden remains very strong.

  • Vasakronan CEO to step down

    Sweden Vasakronan CEO Fredrik Wirdenius has decided to step down, the company announced this week. The search for a new CEO will begin immediately and Wirdenius will remain with the company until a replacement is found.

  • Blackstone acquires office property in Stockholm

    Sweden Blackstone and Scius Partners have acquired a 34,400 sq.m. office propery in fashionable Södermalm district in the southern parts of central Stockholm from AFA Sjukförsäkringsbolag.

  • Prologis acquires SEK 3.8 billion logistics portfolio

    Sweden Swedish pension fund Alecta and logistics developer Bockasjö have sold their joint venture logistics vehicle Logistikfastigheter Sverige to Prologis. The vehicle entails 11 properties with a total LFA of almost 300,000 sq.m. and the price amounts to SEK 3.8 billion making it the largest transaction YTD in Sweden.

  • Deka acquires Ingelsta from Aberdeen Standard for SEK 680 million

    Sweden Aberdeen Standard Investments has divested Ingelsta Retail Park in Norrköping to Deka Immobilien for SEK 680 million. It is the second acquistion made by Deka in Sweden in a short time, as the company acquired Länna Market last October, also from Aberdeen Standard.

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