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ARTICLES TAGGED WITH "Akershus Eiendom"

Obos Eiendom Sells Portalen in Lillestrøm for NOK 1.6 Billion

Norway Norway — A company organized by Arctic Securities AS buys Portalen Kontor AS, Portalen Forretning AS and Tærudparken AS. Storebrand Eiendomsfond Norge KS buys Portalen Hotell AS. The total property value for the sale is NOK 1.6 billion. The shares will be transferred tomorrow, March 6.

Possible Corona Effects on the Nordic Property Market

Nordic — Mikael Söderlundh, Head of Research at Pangea Property Partners, and Peter Winther, Colliers International’s CEO in Denmark, on how the coronavirus affects the property market in the Nordics. ”Has evolved into a large-scale global crisis.”

Genesta Divests Office Property in Oslo to Malling & Co

Norway Norway — Genesta sells the office property Mariboes gate 13 in central Oslo to Malling & Co Eiendomsfond.

Trends on the Norwegian Investment Market

Norway Norway — Ragnar Eggen, Head of Research at Akershus Eiendom, on which segments that are the most attractive for investors in Norway and why the vacancy rates are expected to continue to decrease.

Haavind Enters Into an Agreement with Storebrand on a Lease in Oslo

Norway Norway — The law firm Haavind and Storebrand Eiendom have signed a lease for Haakon VII Gate 10, and in the summer of 2022 the law firm moves into the iconic building.

Anthon B Nilsen Sells to Aspelin Ramm

Norway Norway — Anthon B Nilsen Eiendom sells the 9,200 sqm property Nye Broverkstedet at Vulkan to Aspelin Ramm.

Euro Real Estate Buys from Hines and BVK

Norway Norway — Euro Real Estate has acquired a property in central Oslo from Hines and BVK.

Aberdeen Buys from Fabritius

Norway Norway — Aberdeen Property Fund Norway I AS has purchased a logistics property from the Fabritius Group.

KLP Acquires Eufemia

Norway Norway — The Norwegian pension and insurance provider KLP has agreed to acquire the office development project Eufemia from Oslo S Utvikling (OSU) located in the Bjørvika CBD office district. The transaction is structured as a forward sale with deferred handover in 2019 and the agreed price for the asset is NOK 1.740 billion (EUR 185M).