Special investment fund Trevian Finland Properties I has bought the Seinäjoki courthouse from the Alfred Kordelin Foundation at Keskuskatu 21 in the Seinäjoki city centre. The property, built in 1996, has 3,013 sqm of leasable area, and the South Ostrobothnia district court as tenant.
Special investment fund Trevian Finland Properties I has this acquired two commercial properties in Helsinki and Riihimäki.
Citycon has sold shopping centre Sampokeskus in Rovaniemi, Finland to a fund managed by Trevian AIFM. The total purchase price amounts to approximately EUR 16 million, which is close to the asset’s latest IFRS fair value. The transaction was closed on 30 November 2018.
Trevian invests in Turku. Amalia Pöyry, Fund Manager, tells Nordic Property News what makes Turku interesting to Trevian and the company’s future in the city.
Trevian purchases three properties in Raisio, Turku, from Kiinteistövarainhoito KVH.
Spektri Kiinteistöt Ky, company established by the current owners of Finnish business park Spektri – Mutual Pension Insurance Companies Ilmarinen and Varma, together with the Helsingin Seurakuntayhtymä, and Yle Pension Fund – has acquired the real estate company Kvartti of Spektri.
Blackrock has completed their second Finnish purchase and acquired the landmark building located at Erottajankatu 2 in Helsinki.
Trevian Finland Properties I has acquired three different properties in Turku and Riihimäki from a group of private investors. The acquired portfolio has a leasable area of 62,970 sqm and 225 tenants.
CCP 5, a long-life core-plus fund advised by pan-European investment manager Tristan Capital Partners, has acquired two interconnected modern office buildings in Aviapolis, next to Helsinki Airport for around EUR 34M. The properties are the first Finnish assets in the Fund.
Trevian makes two acquisitions from Finanssineliö.
Special common fund Trevian Finland Properties I has on bought the PMK-building in the centre of Tampere from Renor Oy.
Trevian Asset Management’s two Retail Sector Property Funds, Trevian Retail Fund I and Trevian Retail II, have sold six retail properties to Sirius Fund II.