The Nordic real estate investor NREP has made significant changes in the top in recent months. Founder Rickard Dahlberg tells Nordic Property News about the desired effects and why he himself has taken a step back.
NREP appoints Stefan Wallander as new CEO for its operations in Sweden. Wallander will now lead NREP through an expansive growth phase as the company plans on broadening both its business and areas of investment.
Nordic Property News presents the complete list of registered participants from Danish companies that will arrive to Mipim in Cannes next week.
Logicenters will develop a 14,872 square meter property just outside Copenhagen. An almost twelve-meter-high cross-dock facility with modern and flexible specifications will be constructed and planned to be completed in 2020. The tenant Bring will move into the building upon completion.
Upcycle Studios, designed by Lendager Group, is the only Nordic project at this years Mipim Awards competing for Best Residential Development. In the category Best Industrial & Logistics Development CF Møller Architects are competing with their UK project Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre.
NREP acquires office properties at Stora Essingen and at the same time signs contingent agreement for transfer to JM.
Logicenters and Kilenkrysset collaborate to develop a 150,000 sqm logistics park in Håbo, North of Stockholm.
NREP sells its 50 percent share of the Karlastaden development project in Gothenburg back to Serneke.
NREP, purchases that part of the property at Vesterbrogade, which has until now housed the WestMarket food market. NREP’s plan is to convert the food market into a hotel with expected opening in the first half of 2020.
Heimstaden acquires a portfolio of condominiums in eight properties located in Copenhagen, Aarhus and Vejle for DKK 1.128 billion (EUR 151M).
Logicenters expands the property portfolio in Norway with the purchase of a newly developed logistics facility in Råde, 70 kilometers from Oslo.
NREP changes CEO with Claus Mathisen succeeding Mikkel Bülow-Lehnsby, who’s continuing to work in NREP’s executive committee. Mikkel Bülow-Lehnsby tells Nordic Property News of the changes, why Claus Mathisen is the right person at CEO, his own new role and the strategies of NREP going forward.
YIT will expand and renovate Huhtamaki’s production, storage and business premises in Hämeenlinna, Finland. The customer in the project is NREP Logicenters, a Nordic developer and owner of modern logistics properties. The turnkey contract includes a new building of around 15,000 square metres and the renovation of 2,700 square metres of existing premises.
The former Mayor of Copenhagen, Jens Kramer Mikkelsen, has joined NREP to provide vision and strategic leadership for the company’s urban developments across the Nordic region.
SEB’s Head of Capital Introduction joins NREP, bringing over 20 years of experience across the spectrum of alternative investments, to further strengthen NREP’s partnerships with strategic investors in the Nordics and globally.
NREP has established a EUR 900M fund to invest in underserved real estate segments in the Nordics, such as student housing, flexible living for young professionals, low- and middle-income rental apartments, active senior co-living, care homes, community retail centers and modern logistics.
NREP Logicenters acquires a new built 8,500 sqm property in Viared near Borås.
Following the sale of the largest portfolio of necessity-driven retail centers in Sweden in June 2017, NREP has now exited two additional retail portfolios in Denmark.
Tobias Alsborger has been with NREP since the early days, and has played an important role in building the Swedish team. He leaves for personal reasons.
NREP has sold a prime office property located in the district of Sörnäinen in Helsinki to M&G Real Estate.
NREP has sold the community center Näsbypark Centrum in Täby, Stockholm.
NREP secures the largest portfolio exit of necessity driven retail assets in Sweden in 2017 by selling a portfolio consisting of 11 assets and a total area of 63,500 square meters to Storebrand/SPP.
NCC is divesting the Önskebrunnen logistics project in Brunna for an agreed property value of approximately MSEK 150 (EUR 15M). The buyer is NREP Logicenters.
Zalando successfully completed its location search to open its first Nordic fulfillment center in Sweden later this year. Together with the developer NREP Logicenters, Zalando will build a fulfillment center in Brunna, situated in the county of Stockholm. To meet the demand of the Nordic customers, and to further penetrate the market, investing in convenience is crucial. The first parcels are set to leave the fulfillment center later this year.
NREP and a group of local and international investors have formed a long-term Nordic logistics real estate fund with an initial property portfolio of more than 1 million sqm, the largest modern logistics platform in the Nordic region .