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Magnolia Bostad and Heimstaden Bostad Acquires Land – Forms JV
Magnolia Bostad and Heimstaden Bostad have formed a joint venture aimed at jointly developing about 150,000 square meters of GFA housing in Näsängen, a seaside area in Åkersberga, Österåker municipality.
Heimstaden's CFO Ingvor Sundbom Leaves the Company
Heimstaden announces that the company's CFO Ingvor Sundbom will leave the company on August 7, 2019.
Heimstaden Acquires 772 Residential Units in the Netherlands
Heimstaden AB has acquired a Dutch residential portfolio consisting of 18 assets comprising of 772 residential units, 6 smaller commercial units and 25 parking units. The portfolio consists of 53,900 sqm lettable area in total. The seller is Patrizia AG.
Niam Divests Residential Portfolio to Heimstaden
Niam has agreed to sell a residential portfolio located in three locations in Greater Copenhagen and Zealand, Denmark, to the listed real estate company Heimstaden.
Heimstaden’s CIO: “We Will Continue Investing”
Christian Fladeland, CIO of Heimstaden, tells Nordic Property News about the benefits of the Netherlands, whether purchases in new markets are underway and requirements for investments in the Nordics.
Heimstaden Acquires the Dutch Management Company Vivo Wonen
The acquisition underlines Heimstaden’s focus on local expertise and being present with own organisation in its strategic markets.
The Largest Nordic Q1 Transactions
Nordic Property News lists the largest transactions in the Nordics during Q1 2019.
Heimstaden's CEO on the Major Deal
Patrik Hall explains why Heimstaden takes gigantic steps forward in the Netherlands with a deal worth EUR 1.4 billion, similarities and differences between the country and the Nordic region, which other markets they are looking at and how the opportunity for the Dutch deal came up.
Heimstaden Makes Blockbuster Acquisition in the Netherlands
Heimstaden has entered into an agreement to acquire properties in the Netherlands at a purchase price of EUR 1.4 billion and transfer of properties and agreements on property projects in Denmark and Sweden at a value of SEK 16 billion to its subsidiary Heimstaden Bostad.
Heimstaden Makes New Copenhagen Acquisition
Heimstaden makes a another acquisition from Bach Gruppen and buys a project property containing 111 apartments located in the development area Bryggens Bastion, in central Copenhagen. The 7,900 sqm property is under construction and is expected to be completed by the summer of 2020.
The Key to another Copenhagen Deal
Heimstaden’s Tom Rasmussen on the explosive developments in Copenhagen, why they struck once again and how the transaction team guarantees more business in the future.
Colliers Partner Lands Top Position with Heimstaden
Christian Fladeland, the youngest partner of the 13 Colliers partners in Denmark, is leaving Colliers to become Chief Investment Officer with Heimstaden. He joined the company, then Sadolin & Albæk, 12 years ago.
Major Residential Player Makes Management Changes
One of the leading Nordic residential players makes management adjustments. At the turn of the year Magnus Nordholm replaces Ivar Tollefsen as CEO of Fredensborg, the owner-company of Heimstaden. Magnus Nordholm tells Nordic Property News what this means for the company.
Heimstaden Acquires from NREP
Heimstaden acquires a portfolio of condominiums in eight properties located in Copenhagen, Aarhus and Vejle for DKK 1.128 billion (EUR 151M).
Heimstaden Acquires in Sandviken
Heimstaden has agreed upon the acquisition of six properties in Sandviken from Provinsfastigheter. The portfolio consists of 449 apartments and central commercial facilities with a total leasable area of 40,116 sqm.
Heimstaden Enters New Market
Heimstaden has completed its first transaction in the Netherlands. The property is located in Utrecht and consists of smaller apartments in close proximity to the university.
Heimstaden Makes New Danish Acquisition – Forms JV
Heimstaden, through its Danish subsidiary Heimstaden Danmark A/S, has partnered with project development company KPC regarding the acquisition and construction of the Slagterigrunden project, a project property in Roskilde.
Largest Nordic Transactions of H1 2018
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.
Ikano Sells to Trianon and Heimstaden
Ikano sells to Heimstaden and Trianon, which has signed an agreement to buy a property portfolio of a total of eight properties in Malmö and two properties in Lund. The portfolio comprises 388 apartments and a smaller number of commercial premises. The transaction price is EUR 69M.
EUR 929M Deal on Rocky Residential Market
Heimstaden has entered a framework agreement with Magnolia Bostad for projects in Greater Stockholm and the Öresund region worth approximately EUR 929M. Fredrik Årman, Head of Transaction at Heimstaden, tells Nordic Property News on the thoughts of making a blockbuster deal on the current residential market.
Heimstaden Makes Push in New Growth Area
Transaction Manager Claes Westlin tells Nordic Property News why Heimstaden looks to grow in Gävle.
Heimstaden Buys Apartments in Linköping
Heimstaden has agreed to purchase 96 apartments in the Vallastaden in Linköping. The stock consists of newly produced rental rights with a total leasable area of 5,103 square meters.
Heimstaden Acquires in Copenhagen for EUR 66M
Heimstaden has agreed to acquire the housing copperative Ringertoften, Copenhagen. The acquisition includes 411 apartments and two commercial premises, a total of about 23,720 square meters of rentable area.
Heimstaden Recruits New Chief Operations Officer
Heimstaden has appointed Helge Krogsbøl as Chief Operations Officer. Helge Krogsbøl will be responsible for Heimstaden's Scandinavian management organization with a focus on growth and customer experience.
After Danish Spending Spree – Heimstaden Acquires Sought After Swedish Apartments
Heimstaden's transaction manager Fredrik Årman tells Nordic Property News about the company's struggle to grow in Lund.