AXA IM bought the Ericsson building five years ago. Now they are selling it. Here's why. ”The timing was right.”
Klövern has signed two rental contracts to rent out a total of 4,400 sqm in Copenhagen.
Klövern expands in Stockholm by acquiring the property Blåfjäll 1 in Kista for an underlying property value of MSEK 633 (EUR 62M).
Klövern has acquired an office property in Copenhagen for an underlying property value of MDKK 174 (EUR 23M).
Why does Rutger Arnhult head towards the American market and why does he believe Swedish companies act too cowardly?
After having acquired Tobin Properties, Swedish giant Klövern makes a cash offer for the shares in Agora. Peeter Kinnunen, Head of Transaction at Klövern, tells Nordic Property News of the offer and what plans Klövern has for Agora.
Rutger Arnhult, CEO of Klövern, and large owner of Corem, Klövern and Sagax becomes the largest owner in listed Castellum. He tells Nordic Property News of the future of the company and his feelings on his ownership.
Hemfosa has signed an agreement to acquire a property portfolio in Sweden with a value of about EUR 106M. The portfolio consists of seven properties comprising predominantly office premises with tenants in the community services sector.
Klövern keeps up the pace in Denmark. After the company’s second acquisition, CEO Rutger Arnhult tells Nordic Property News of his views on the Danish market and what real estate volume they want to reach in Denmark.
Klövern has acquired four office properties in Copenhagen for an underlying property value of MDKK 735 (EUR 99M).
Nordic Property News can present a list of the listed Swedish companies that has made most purchases in the first quarter of 2018.
How was the rental income evolve for the listed Swedish real estate companies in 2017? Nordic Property News presents a list of the rental income development.
Klövern has acquired an office property in the central part of Copenhagen for an underlying property value amounting to DKK 1,44 billion (EUR 193M).
Rutger Arnhult's Klövern became one of the majority owner's of the Swedish developer Tobin Properties. Now Rutger Arnhult looks to make his marks in residentials with Klövern.
After starting out strong in Denmark with the purchase of Copenhagen Business School, Klövern now opens up to additional investments on the other side of the strait that separates Sweden and Denmark. CEO Rutger Arnhult tells Nordic Property News about the company's Nordic plans.
Klövern will after the directed share issue own around 40 per cent of the number of shares and hold around 42 per cent of the voting rights in the Tobin Properties.
A new trend is breaking through in Sweden where other forms of financing are chosen over bank financing. Some of Sweden’s top real estate companies share with Nordic Property News what forms they choose – and why.
Klövern has acquired an office property in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, from Niam for an underlying property value amounting to MDKK 620 (EUR 83M).
In a property swap deal with Corem, Klövern acquires three properties in Norrköping and one site leasehold to a property in Stockholm, and sells three properties and one site leasehold to a property in the Stockholm area.
Klövern and Citycon have signed a letter of intent for joint development of the shopping centre Globen Shopping, located just south of Stockholm's inner city.
Klövern has sold four properties in Lund and 11 properties in Ystad, and has at the same time acquired a site leasehold in Kista.
Klövern has sold four properties in Kristinehamn, Norrköping, Malmö and Norrköping for a total of EUR 12M.
In a deal with Castellum, Klövern acquires nine properties in Mölndal and Partille, and divests all of Klövern's 14 properties in Borås. Transfer of possession will be on April 1st 2017.
SBB buys 16 properties in Säter and Karlskrona from Klövern. At the same time SBB acquires a portfolio from Borlänge municipalit. The combined transaction price is approximately SEK 1.6 billion (EUR 166M).
Klövern acquires 21 properties in Malmö and 7 properties in Lund for MSEK 910 (EUR 94M). Of these in total 28 properties, 9 are site leaseholds. The property portfolio encompasses in total 114,000 sq.m. of lettable area, whereof Malmö accounts for 88,000 sq.m. and Lund 26,000 sq.m. The seller is Castellum.