NREP Divests in Täby

Sweden Sweden NREP has sold the community center Näsbypark Centrum in Täby, Stockholm.

2017-10-05

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Rickard S Dahlberg. Image: NREP
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Näsbypark Centrum has been acquired by the European Property Investors Special Opportunities 4 (EPISO 4), an opportunity style fund advised by pan-European real estate investment manager Tristan Capital Partners. The asset is located in Täby municipality, 15km north of central Stockholm. 
 
The property value is EUR 33M and the total lettable area amounts to approximately 11,600 square meters. 

“Näsbypark Centrum has a strong position as the community center with its attractive mix of retail, educational and health care services. During NREP’s  holding period we have worked proactively to optimize the tenant mix and to prepare for future building rights for residential,” says Tobias Alsborger, Partner at NREP.  

”We are very proud of having secured a strong exit for our investors despite the somewhat short holding period. We have worked actively with the asset to materialize its full potential and we are now getting rewarded for our diligence  and professional asset management,” says Rickard Dahlberg, CIO and Partner at NREP.
 
NREP was advised by Cushman & Wakefield and Real Advokatbyrå.




Maria Olsson Äärlaht
maria@nordicpropertynews.com




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