Castellum Invests in Logistics Area in Brunna

Sweden Sweden Castellum has begun construction of a warehouse and logistics building in Brunna, part of the Kungsängen area, just outside Stockholm.


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Henrik Saxborn. Image: Castellum
Henrik Saxborn.

The building constitutes the first element to reinforce large-scale logistics operations, and further support expansion of the Stockholm-West Logistics Area. As calculated, the investment amounts to EUR 14M for previous property acquisition and preliminary groundwork at the site.

Strategically situated near two major European highways – the E18 and the E4 – the building will be accessible.

Castellum’s logistics facilities comprise 8 800 square meters, and are expected to be completed during the first quarter of 2019. The facilities will be environmentally certified according to the Miljöbyggnad classification system, Silver level.

“Castellum continues to strengthen the quality of our real estate portfolio with a versatile and modern warehouse-and-logistics building in one of Stockholm’s most attractively situated and accessible areas. Added to that, vacancy rates in the vicinity are low, and we carry out the groundwork for continued expansion,” says Castellum CEO, Henrik Saxborn. 

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