ARTICLES TAGGED WITH "Patrik Emanuelsson"

Heba and Åke Sundvall divest in Stockholm

Sweden Sweden — Heba and Åke Sundvall have, through their JV company VBT Utvecklings AB, signed an agreement for the transfer of two properties in Vårberg. The buyer is AB Svenska Bostäder. The deal is carried out as two company deals and the accessions are tentatively September 1, 2024 and June 1, 2025 respectively. The deal is subject to a conditional decision by AB Svenska Bostäder's board, Stockholms Stadshus AB's board and the Stockholm City Council.

Heba adapts the financial goals

Sweden Sweden — Heba Fastighets AB has reviewed the company's long-term financial goals and adapted them to the near term, in the years 2023-2025. This is to be clear to the market in times characterized by interest rate increases as well as the company's new conditions through the sale of properties earlier this year.

Heba Signs LOI to Buy Minus Emissions in Stockholm Exergi's Future Bio-CCS Facility

Sweden Sweden — Heba is the first to sign a letter of intent with Stockholm Exergi to purchase negative emissions from the company's future bio-CCS plant. The purchase of negative emissions also contributes to the financing of the plant, which is planned to be in operation in 2026.

Heba Divests to Arbetarebostadsfonden

Sweden Sweden — Heba has today signed an agreement on the divestment of Isdubben 1 and Störtloppet 2 in Västertorp, as well as of Reversen 2 in Hägersten. The buyer is Arbetarebostadsfonden. The transaction will be carried out as a company transaction with planned access on September 1, 2021.

Heba Acquires from Slättö

Sweden Sweden — Heba has signed an agreement with Slättö VI AB regarding the acquisition of rental housing in Norrtälje harbor.

Heba Sells for EUR 44M

Sweden Sweden — Heba sells four properties in the Stockholm region to three different buyers. The total divestment amounts to MSEK 465 (EUR 44M).

Heba Open for More after Largest Acquisition in Company History

Sweden Sweden — Heba made their largest ever acquisition by purchasing apartments and land in Täby, Stockholm, for MSEK 449 (EUR 44M). Patrik Emanuelsson, CEO of Heba, tells Nordic Property News of the possibility of more acquisitions.