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Entra: “Some of Our Tenants Are Struggling”
Sonja Horn, CEO of the office investor Entra, tells Nordic Property News on the company’s view on the ongoing corona crisis, how it affects their business and how Entra was prepared for this extreme scenario.
“There Will Be Both Positive and Negative Effects on the Norwegian Property Market”
Bent Oustad, CEO of the listed real estate company Norwegian Property, tells Nordic Property News on the office investor’s actions during the crisis and which effects he sees among their tenants.
The Newly Formed Real Estate Company's Nordic Targets
Building giant Peab's newly formed real estate company Annehem Fastigheter has appointed Jörgen Lundgren as CEO. He tells Nordic Property News about the challenges in the corona crisis and shares his view on the Oslo and Helsinki markets.
Allianz Is Waiting for the Right Investment Opportunity: “We Are Not in a Hurry”
Almost a year ago, Jenny Lindholm was appointed to the German giant Allianz Real Estate, as Head of Operations in the Nordic market. She tells Nordic Property News what attracted her to the company, why Finland has an advantage in the Nordics and future investment targets.
The Property Benefits in a Growing Oslo City Center
Obos Eiendom’s CEO Nils Morten Bøhler on the NOK 1.6 billion divestment in the Lillestrøm area in Oslo; what to do with the income, why the sell was not as expected and future development projects.
Another Wework Director Leaves the Coworking Heavyweight
The Senior Director of Real Estate at Wework tells Nordic Property News: ”The conditions have changed.”
Obos Eiendom Sells Portalen in Lillestrøm for NOK 1.6 Billion
A company organized by Arctic Securities AS buys Portalen Kontor AS, Portalen Forretning AS and Tærudparken AS. Storebrand Eiendomsfond Norge KS buys Portalen Hotell AS. The total property value for the sale is NOK 1.6 billion. The shares will be transferred tomorrow, March 6.
Skanska Builds Oslo City Emergency Center for NOK 1.5 Billion
Skanska has signed a contract with Omsorgsbygg Oslo KF to build Oslo City Emergency Center, Norway. The contract is worth about NOK 1.5 billion, about SEK 1.6 billion, which will be included in the Nordic order bookings for the first quarter 2020.
This Is the Hotspot for Logistics in Norway
Jørgen Bråten Nordby, Commercial Manager of Logicenters Norway, tells Nordic Property News about the great development potential, going forward, for the logistics area. ”A very hot logistics area with great location.”
Selvaag Bolig’s CEO: This Will Lead to Great Price Growth in Oslo
Rolf Thorsen, CEO of Selvaag Bolig, tells Nordic Property News about their edge in Sweden and which challenges he sees, going forward, on the Oslo residential market.
The Evolution of Aker Brygge: ”Many New Concepts”
Norwegian Property’s CEO Bent Oustad on how they tackle the e-commerce threat, the Oslo focus areas and why the company is about to leave Stavanger.
How Entra Increased the Rental Income – Without Acquiring
Sonja Horn, CEO of Entra: “We have signed contracts on the highest level ever.”
Skanska Invests NOK 470 M in the Sixth Phase of Residential Project
Skanska invests NOK 470 M, about SEK 500 M, in the sixth phase of the residential project Ensjø Torg in Oslo, Norway. The construction contract is worth NOK 372 M, about SEK 400 M.
The Real Estate Profile: “The Oslo Market Will Get More Attractive”
Eiendomsspar’s CEO Christian Ringnes on the conditions in the recent hotel divestment and why the Oslo real estate market has not showed its full capacity yet.
How Storebrand Will Develop the Oslo Hotel
Truls Nergaard, Head of Storebrand Eiendom, tells Nordic Property News about the NOK 1.1 billion hotel purchase from Eiendomsspar and why Helsfyr is one of the most attractive areas in Oslo.
”Norwegian Syndicates Continued to Be Very Active Players in the Market”
Mikael Söderlundh, Head of Research and Partner at Pangea Property Partners, summarizes the transaction year of 2019 in each Nordic country. Today: Norway.
The Largest Norwegian Transactions in 2019
Nordic Property News lists the largest transactions in Norway during last year.
David Neil: ”Oslo Is at the Top of our List”
Genesta’s CEO David Neil on the succesful 2019, their focus in the Nordic capitals and the upcoming investments.
“It Is Demanding to Find Good Properties at the Right Price”
Mads Mortensen, Managing Partner at Malling & Co on the investment opportunities in central Oslo and the transaction pace of Malling during 2019.
“It Is Not Every Day that We Get Such Opportunities”
Norwegian Property’s CEO Bent Oustad tells Nordic Property News about the attractive acquisition in central Oslo and the strong development for the company on the Oslo Stock Exchange in 2019.
Why the Housing Company Presents Strong Figures
The listed company Solon Eiendom has announced its best result to date – despite few sales. CEO Stig L. Bech tells Nordic Property News why the company is going strong and future investments on the Norwegian market.
The German Investor’s Targets in the Nordics
Jörg Laue, Patrizia's Head of Transactions Nordics: “We are very actively looking at deals in Sweden, Denmark and Finland.”
Next Year's Largest Hotel Projects in Oslo
Nordic Property News presents the most extensive hotel projects that will be completed next year in the Nordic capitals, starting with Oslo.
Scandinavian Property Group Acquires Centrally Located Oslo Property
Scandinavian Property Group (SPG) has acquired Hedmarksgata 13-15 in Oslo. The property today consists of a building of a total of 8,800 square meters with commercial operations where Sats is the largest tenant.
“The Land Prices Have Skyrocketed in Recent Years”
Scandinavian Property Group’s Managing Partner Knut Holte on the struggling residential market in Oslo and why SPG is guaranteed to purchase new properties in Greater Oslo next year.