Jernhusen Sells to Intea in Kristianstad

Sweden Sweden Jernhusen has signed a deal with Intea Fastigheter regarding the divestment and cooperation for the continued development of land near the central station area in Kristianstad. The goal is to develop a center for law enforcement agencies.

2018-03-12

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For the past year Jernhusen has been running the development of the station area. Through a dialogue with the police and prosecuting authorities, interest in establishing a legal center in the area was born.
 
“To optimize the project and create the best opportunities for the intended tenant Jernhusen has chosen to let Intea continue the development of the project,” says Andreas Meyer, business developer at Jernhusen.
 
Intea takes over Jernhusen’s ongoing work on the detail plan, projection and leasing to authorities and possession is scheduled to be take during the first six months of 2019.
 
“We see Kristianstad as an interesting city to establish ourselves in. Property development in early stages is a part of Intea’s core business. The opportunity to do this together with Jernhusen, that very successfully has finished many large and difficult projects in challenging situations, is inspiring,” says Christian Haglund, Intea. 




Maria Olsson Äärlaht
maria@nordicpropertynews.com




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