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ARTICLES TAGGED WITH "Keith Silverang"

Silverang: “It Has Been Very Intense”

Finland Finland — Technopolis’ CEO Keith Silverang on the immediate effects of Kildare's ownership and his expectations for 2019 – since the company delisted its shares.

Technopolis Invests in Vilnius

Finland Finland — Technopolis will invest a total of EUR 51.9 million in organic expansion in its existing Ozas Campus in Vilnius, Lithuania.

Technopolis to Invest EUR 94M in Espoo

Finland Finland — Technopolis will invest a total of EUR 94.1 million in organic expansion in its existing Otaniemi Campus in Espoo, Finland. The project will consist of three phases to be built in 2018–2024. It will add around 19,000 sqm to the rentable area of the Otaniemi campus, bringing the total to nearly 78,700 sqm upon completion of this project.

Technopolis Expands in the Baltics

Finland Finland — Technopolis’ coworking network, UMA Workspace, is expanding now in the Baltic capitals. New UMA Workspaces will open in the city centers of Tallinn, Estonia and Vilnius, Lithuania in mid-2019.

“A Feeling of Being in Limbo”

Nordic — Technopolis CEO Keith Silverang on the time passed since the Kildare offer, the UMA expansion in the Nordics and entering Poland.

Technolis Opens New UMA's in Stockholm and Espoo

Nordic — Technopolis’ coworking network, UMA Workspace, is expanding full force. Four new spaces will open in 2019 and 2020. Two new UMAs will open in Stockholm, one in Espoo and another one in Warzaw as Technopolis makes their entry on the Polish market.

Technopolis CEO Sees Opportunities in Kildare Offer

Finland Finland — CEO Keith Silverang tells Nordic Property News his view on what the Kildare offer means for Technopolis.

Technopolis to Open UMA Coworking Space in Kalasatama

Finland Finland — Technopolis will open a new UMA coworking space in Helsinki’s trendy and urban Kalasatama region in December 2018. The UMA Workspace-branded facility will be built into a leased 1,700 square meter space with 38 private offices, around 60 open area workstations and four shared meeting rooms.

Technopolis Invests EUR 25M in Campus Expansion in Oulu

Finland Finland — Technopolis has decided on a EUR 25M investment to expand its CBD campus in Oulu. Construction work is scheduled to start in July 2018, after receiving a building permit. The project is due for completion in March 2020. 

"We Want to be the 500 Pound Gorilla of Coworking in Copenhagen"

Denmark Denmark — Technopolis CEO Keith Silverang on entering Denmark, their role on the Danish market and thoughts on further European expansion.

Technopolis Expands to Denmark

Denmark Denmark — Technopolis is opening a new coworking space in downtown Copenhagen in September 2018.

Technopolis Expands in Tampere

Finland Finland — Technopolis has decided on EUR 46 million investment in organic expansion in Tampere, Finland. The new City Center Campus will be built in the CBD Tampere with excellent connections. Construction work is scheduled to start in February 2018, after the receipt of a building permit by City of Tampere. Project is due for completion in December 2019, and first leases are set to start on Jan 1, 2020.

Technopolis Enters Stockholm

Sweden Sweden — UMA Kungsbron is Technopolis’ first foothold in Stockholm and will be the company’s largest coworking facility.

Technopolis Acquires Office Property in Vilnius

Finland Finland — Technopolis has acquired an office property under construction in Vilnius neighboring its own campus in Ozas area.

Technopolis to Expand Ruoholahti Campus

Finland Finland — Technopolis will invest EUR 33.2 million in the expansion of its Ruoholahti campus in Helsinki. The expansion is due for completion in July 2018.

 “This investment is an important part of our growth strategy in the Helsinki metropolitan area”, says Keith Silverang, CEO of Technopolis.

Technopolis Acquires a Campus in Gothenburg

Sweden Sweden — Finnish Technopolis has signed an agreement with Niam to acquire a multi-customer campus in Gothenburg, Sweden. The debt-free purchase price is SEK 1,177 billion (€ 126.6 million).