Aspelin Ramm's Plans for the SKF Project after the Acquisition from SBB

Sweden Sweden — In a major transaction, Aspelin Ramm has acquired SBB’s part of the SKF project in Gothenburg. As the sole owner of the project, Aspelin Ramm CEO Manne Aronsson tells Nordic Property News about the future of the project.

SBB Makes Large Gothenburg Divestment to Aspelin Ramm

Sweden Sweden — SBB divests a JV-company and an office property to Aspelin Ramm Fastigheter for SEK 700 million.

Aspelin Ramm Adds Joachim Hallengren to the Board of Directors

Nordic — Joachim Hallengren takes a seat on the board of Aspelin Ramm Fastigheter and will contribute with solid expertise in property development and board work.

Leaves AF Gruppen to Become Group CEO of Aspelin Ramm

Norway Norway — AF Gruppen makes changes to the Corporate Management Team. One of them is Ida Aall Gram who is leaving the company to become CEO of Aspelin Ramm.

SBB Sells Property and Building Rights to Joint Venture

Sweden Sweden — SBB has entered into a binding agreement to sell the property Göteborg Gamlestaden 2:8 for SEK 450 million to a newly formed joint venture together with Aspelin Ramm.

Aspelin Ramm Enters Major Development Project: "A Good Opportunity"

Sweden Sweden — Aspelin Ramm acquires a property in the major urban development area Masthuggskajen in Gothenburg. The company's CEO Manne Aronsson tells Nordic Property News about the acquisition and the development plans and about his initial period as CEO of the company.

Aspelin Ramm’s Swedish CEO Steps Down – After 22 Years: ”I Have No Plans at the Moment”

Sweden Sweden — Lennart Karlsson will leave the Norwegian-owned property company, after more than two decades at the helm. He tells why he has decided to leave now, the highlights through the years, and possible future assignments.

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.

Aspelin Ramm Purchases in Gothenburg

Sweden Sweden — Aspelin Ramm has bought a lot in Torslanda, Gothenburg, of about 38,000 sqm land and 14,000 sqm of local area adapted for logistics or manufacturing.

Largest Nordic Transactions of H1 2018

Nordic — An intense first half of 2018 is in the books. The Nordic countries are on pace to set a new transaction record. Nordic Property News has listed the ten largest transactions.

After EUR 215M Divestment – Aspelin Ramm On the Hunt for New Investments

Norway Norway — Aspelin Ramm completed a giant divestment by selling the shopping center Alna Senter in Oslo for EUR 215M. The company's CEO, Gunnar Bøyum, tells Nordic Property News about the decision to sell after a 40 years of ownership and where they are looking for their next investment.

Hemfosa Acquires Remaining 35 Percent of JV with Aspelin Ramm

Norway Norway — Hemfosa has acquired Aspelin Ramm’s ownership stake of 35 percent in Gardermoen Campus Utvikling AS (GCU), a joint venture that has built a specialist hospital and a local medical center in the center of excellence for health services and medical care being established near Gardermoen Airport.

Hemfosa Buys from Aspelin Ramm

Norway Norway — Hemfosa acquires the remaining holding of 35 percent in the existing Gardermoen Campus Utvikling AS, GCU, which has been a joint venture with the property development company Aspelin Ramm Eiendom AS.

Helsehuset on Gardermoen Campus Fully Leased

Norway Norway — In October 2015, Hemfosa's and Aspelin Ramm`s joint venture Gardermoen Campus Utvikling (GCU) signed an agreement to develop a local medical center on Gardermoen Campus near Oslo, Norway, adjacent to the specialist hospital the company began building in September of this year. The local medical center, or Helsehus, is now fully leased and its future tenants include a healthcare operation for inhabitants of four neighboring municipalities.

Makes additional investment in Gardermoen Health Campus

Norway Norway — Hemfosa and Aspelin Ramm have signed an agreement to develop a local medical center at Gardermoen Airport, located near Oslo, adjacent to the specialist hospital the company began building in September 2015.

Hemfosa and Aspelin Ramm Invests in Specialist Hospital at Gardermoen

Norway Norway — Swedish Hemfosa is further strengthening its presence in community service properties in Norway with the development of a new health campus and the construction of a heart and lung hospital in a central location by Oslo Airport Gardermoen. Hemfosa is investing approximately SEK 1 billion (€110M) in the project, which will be carried out in partnership with the Norwegian property development company Aspelin Ramm.