Revelop continues to work according to its strategy of acquiring properties with great potential in submarkets with structural growth. The property is located next to the award-winning Åkersberga Centrum, just under 70 meters from the Roslagsbanan with direct connection to central Stockholm.
"This is a unique opportunity to create a property for social infrastructure, with long leases and high ESG merits in one of Stockholm's primary submarkets," says Thomas Sipos, CEO of Revelop.
Centrala Åkersberga, located in Österåker municipality, is a priority area for urban development in northern Stockholm, which also includes plans for a new travel center. The municipality plans to develop 15,000 square meters for services, offices and trade, 1,000 apartments and create 7,000 new job opportunities, making the sub-market one of Sweden's fastest growing.
The property comprises approximately 6,500 square meters of lettable space where almost 60 percent of the total rental income comes from businesses that have direct or indirect public funding.
Revelop plans to increase the share of social infrastructure, establish Revelop's self-developed co-working concept C/O Workspace and carry out extensive ESG work that includes investments in technology for a significantly more energy-efficient operation.
"The primary heat source is direct-acting electricity. The installation of solar panels, district heating and AI-optimized control system will reduce operating costs and emissions dramatically. It is a good example of Revelop's strategy, where we extend the life of a property instead of building new and take it on a journey from brown to green," says Thomas Sipos.
New Property and Born Advokater have been advisors to Fastighetsbolaget Folkets Hus Åkersberga AB when Österåker Berga 11:52 was sold to Revelop.