Hemfosa is acquiring a property, on Olav Trygvasonsgate 4, with a total leasable area of 8,185 sqm in Tønsberg Municipality, which is a densely populated and expanding area south of Oslo. The leasing rate is about 75 percent and primarily comprises public services, with the children’s, youth and family directorate (Bufetat) as the largest tenant. The property was transferred on July 6th. The contract has a duration of approximately five years.
In conjunction with its increasing presence in the municipality, Hemfosa has recruited another property manager in Tønsberg to ensure a high level of service for the company’s tenants.
“Tønsberg is both a significant and growing hub in the Vestfold Telemark region and a strategically important area with extensive public services. Hemfosa has major ambitions for growth in Vestfold and wants to contribute to strengthening Tønsberg as a regional center by developing innovative and attractive office complexes,” says Simon Venemyr Ottersland, COO of Hemfosa Norway.
Hemfosa Acquires in Tønsberg
Norway — Hemfosa Fastigheter acquires Tunsberghus Eiendom AS in central Tønsberg municipality in Norway at an underlying property value of EUR 12.7M. Hemfosa already owns the Statens Park area in Tønsberg.<br />
Maria Olsson Äärlahtmaria@nordicpropertynews.com