ARTICLES TAGGED WITH "Kestutis Sasnauskas"

Eastnine Adds Logistics Properties to the Investment Strategy

Nordic — Eastnine's Board of Directors has decided to broaden the current strategy from offices to include prime logistics properties in the Baltics. Diversification means continued high returns, but at a lower risk level. A broader investment focus further strengthens the company's growth opportunities.

Eastnine Acquires in Riga and Vilnius

Nordic — Eastnine acquires a property portfolio including two office properties in Riga and Vilnius, respectively. The purchase price amounts to EUR 35.5 million.

Office Challenges on the Baltic Market

Nordic — Eastnine's CEO Kestutis Sasnauskas on the future of the office markets in the Baltic countries, and how the pandemic affects the situation today.

Why Eastnine Considers the Baltics to Be the New Nordics

Nordic — Kestutis Sasnauskas, CEO of Eastnine, on the Q3 results, the new business plan, and why the Baltic nations will continue to grow, going forward.

Eastnine Acquires Office Property in Vilnius

Sweden Sweden — Eastnine acquires an office property in central Vilnius for EUR 20 million. The property is directly adjacent to Eastnine's property Vertas.

Eastnine Sells Fund Holding

Sweden Sweden — Eastnine sells its entire holding in East Capital Baltic Property Fund III. The purchase price amounts to approximately EUR 25.1 million, which corresponds to the fair value at the end of September 2019.

Eastnine to Acquire S7 in Vilnius

Sweden Sweden — Listed Swedish Eastnine has signed an agreement to acquire Building I, II and III of S7, a newly built and sustainable A-class office park in Vilnius’ central business district for EUR 128.3M.

"Higher Yields Than in the Nordic Capitals"

Nordic — Just outside the Nordic region there are the Baltics with three former Soviet states that are demanding attention. Eastnine's CEO Kestutis Sasnauskas shares his view on the differences from the Nordic countries and why interest is relatively cool from the real estate companies.