All trading venues have dominant positions in their respective regional markets. The properties are fully leased to a diversified and stable mix of long-term tenants, of which Jula, Rusta and Dollarstore are some of the larger ones. Overall, this ensures stable cash flows for a long time, even in potentially more turbulent times.

“ We are very pleased to be able to acquire these well-located and well-established trading locations. The acquisitions strengthen our presence in strategically important regions and are in line with our strategy to invest in dominant trading locations with long-term tenants,” says Jöran Rydberg, Transaction and Risk Manager at Svenska Handelsfastigheter.


Svenska Handelsfastigheter has gradually strengthened its presence at Tornby's shopping center since 2017, while a first establishment at Boländerna took place in 2020.

“ We see further development potential at these trading places which we have been able to ascertain are well functioning and popular, which limits the risks of the investment. At the same time, we look forward to establishing ourselves at Svågertorp, which will be a new trading location for us in the portfolio,” adds Jöran Rydberg.


Access is estimated for March 4, 2024.


Adviser to the buyer was Wigge & Partners.