SBB and Obos' former CEO Martin Mæland are starting a cooperation. SBB sells a development property in central Kristiansand to a new JV company created by SBB and Mæland, for MNOK 200 (EUR 20M).
SBB has decided to end its rating by Moody’s Investors Service.
SBB carries out several major stores, both acquisitions and sales, in Sweden and Norway. At the same time, the company is conducting targeted issues of D shares.
SBB has acquired Saab Kockum's HQ in Karlskrona. SBB are looking to turn the office building into a school.
SBB continues to grow in Höganäs through the purchase of two community properties and eight residential properties for MSEK 289 (EUR 28M) from Jefast.
SBB sells a portfolio of 39 properties for SEK 1.153 billion (EUR 111M) and simultaneously creates a JV with the buyer Property AD – to divest the portfolio. CEO Ilija Batljan tells Nordic Property News about cooperation with Property AD, why they are looking to divest the portfolio and SBB's focus going forward.
After making big investment in several Nordic countries over the last year. Ilija Batljan’s SBB adds a new major piece to the portfolio. With the latest acquisition in hand Batljan tells Nordic Property News of the new acquisitions on the horizon.
Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden acquires 135 apartments in Stockholm from Bouwfonds European Residential. The portfolio is divided into six residential properties, including three leasehold properties.
SBB has taken strong positions within the social property market in both Sweden and Norway and has recently entered Finland. Now the fast-growing company is looking for a Danish expansion. CEO Ilija Batljan tells Nordic Property News of the future plans and the value of adding a new market.
Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden (SBB) continues to expand in Finland through the acquisition of an elderly care property in Helsinki.
SBB sells building rights for construction of rent regulated residential housing to a development company jointly owned with Klarabo. After completion, Klarabo will acquire the properties at market value.
Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget i Norden purchases the leasehold of the Stockholm Vårholmen 6 property in Vårberg city center - newly produced apartments and a preschool adjacent to Vårberg subway station.
SBB made a large divestment in Norway when they sold a school property for MNOK 415.5 (EUR 43M) to British Aviva Investors. CEO Ilija Batljan tells Nordic Property News why the sale of the building – that granted a MNOK 83 (EUR 8.6M) return on equity since acquired by SBB just ten months prior – had important symbolic value.
After tripling the property portfolio's value in 2017 and entering the Finnish market, SBB opens up for a Danish expansion.
After obtaining a property value of close to SEK 15 billion in Sweden and entered Norway, SBB now enters new territory. Ilija Batljan tells Nordic Property News about the Finnish acquisitions and future plans in the East.
2017 was an intense transaction year for all the Nordic countries. With the year in the books Nordic Property News can present a list of the largest transactions in all four countries – starting with Norway.
Ilija Batljan's SBB made a big mark in Norway during 2017 with several investments, including the purchase of DNB Bank's HQ in Oslo. After the turn of the year SBB looks for more Norwegian investments.
Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget purchases the Norwegian company Offentlige Bygg with three properties, in Drammen, Sarpsborg and Arendal, encompassing 15,000 sqm.
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.
SBB has signed an acquisition deal for nine social properties in Huddinge. The seller is Huddinge’s municipal real estate agency Huge Fastigheter and possession will be taken by SBB on October 2nd.
SBB acquries DNB Bank HQ in Oslo for SEK 4.5 billion (EUR 474M).
SBB has purchased two industrial/development properties in Eskilstuna for EUR 5M.
Entra has entered into an agreement with Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget (SBB) regarding sale of Entras property portfolio in Kristiansand. The Kristiansand portfolio comprise seven properties totaling approximately 45,000 sqm. Total transaction value is MNOK 863 (EUR 95M).
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).
Samhällsbyggnadsbollaget (SBB) has aqcuired the company’s first property in Norway. The property is of 26,000 sqm. It’s newly renovated and has the Norwegian State as tenant.