Tristan Capital Partners Divests Landmark Building in Oslo

Norway Norway — EPISO 4, an opportunity fund advised by Tristan Capital Partners, has announced the EUR 210 million sale of the landmark Telegrafen building in Oslo, Norway following an extensive renovation project. The 25,500 sq m building, situated in the Kvadraturen district of the Norwegian capital, has been sold to a syndicate by Arctic Securities in one of the largest single real estate transactions in Norway.

Norwegian Property Sells Stavanger Property

Norway Norway — Badehusgata 33-39 Holding AS, owner of the property Badehusgata 33-39 in Stavanger, has been sold to a SPV established by Malling & Co Project Finance.

“It Is Demanding to Find Good Properties at the Right Price”

Norway Norway — Mads Mortensen, Managing Partner at Malling & Co on the investment opportunities in central Oslo and the transaction pace of Malling during 2019.

Genesta Divests Office Property in Oslo to Malling & Co

Norway Norway — Genesta sells the office property Mariboes gate 13 in central Oslo to Malling & Co Eiendomsfond.

Tristan Makes Major Oslo Divestment

Norway Norway — Tristan Capital Partners’ European Property Investors Special Opportunities Fund (EPISO 3) has sold a mixed-use retail/office building in central Oslo for MNOK 900 (EUR 92M) to a syndicate of investors structured by Clarksons Platou Real Estate.

Capman Leases Large Retail Area in Central Oslo

Norway Norway — Capman Nordic Real Estate II fund has let approx. 1,800 sqm of retail space at Lille Grensen 5 to Power, the large and well-known pan Nordic electrical retailer.

Savills Forms Association with Norwegian Malling & Co

Norway Norway — International real estate advisor Savills has extended its European network by forming a new association in Norway with Malling & Co., a privately held company with 165 professionals across offices in Oslo, Drammen and Stavanger.

Tristan Fund Acquires Norwegian Retail Park Portfolio

Norway Norway — Episo 3, the opportunity fund advised by pan-European real estate investment adviser Tristan Capital Partners, has agreed to acquire a portfolio of five retail parks and four development sites in Norway from the property arm of retail group Coop Norge for NOK 1.2 billion (€136 M).