ARTICLES TAGGED WITH "Jörg Laue"

Patrizia Invests EUR 145M in Helsinki Residential Portfolio

Finland Finland — Patrizia has acquired a portfolio of multifamily residential properties in Helsinki from Taaleri, the Nordic investment and asset manager, for circa EUR 145 million, on behalf of its institutional clients.

Patrizia's Growth Plans in the Nordics

Nordic — Patrizia increases their strong Nordic position. After the latest acquisition, Jörg Laue, Head of Transactions for Patrizia in the Nordics, tells Nordic Property News about the new asset, the future for the ‘European Silicon Valley’, why Sweden is such an attractive market and what new investments Patrizia is looking in the Nordics.

Patrizia Makes Large Residential Acquisition in Stockholm

Sweden Sweden — Patrizia has acquired a residential development near Stockholm, Sweden, for EUR 62 million from Scandinavian Property Group (SPG), on behalf of a pan-European residential strategy.

Patrizia Acquires Residential Development in Sweden for EUR 100M

Sweden Sweden — Patrizia has acquired a residential development project in Malmö, in the attractive suburb of Hyllie from Slättö, for approximately EUR 100 million.

Why the Demand for Office Spaces Increases in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Jörg Laue, Patrizia's Head of Transactions Nordics: ”A vibrant and dynamic city.”

Patrizia Sells Mixed-Use Property in Central Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Patrizia AG, the global partner for pan-European real estate investment, announces the sale of Galleri K, a prime mixed-use retail, leisure and office asset.

Triuva Gets Back in the Finnish Game

Finland Finland — For the first time in years German Triuva invests in Finland. Jörg Laue, Director of Investment Management, tells Nordic Property News of the key acquisition and the reason for the company's absence from Finnish transactions.

Triuva Acquires Office Building in Stockholm

Sweden Sweden — Pan-European institutional real estate investment manager Triuva has acquired a 6,700 sqm office building, Lammet 17, in central Stockholm from Slussgården, a subsidiary of SKL Fastigheter and Service AB.