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The Real Estate Giant's Investment Plans for Copenhagen
The Swedish listed real estate company Wihlborgs' CEO Ulrika Hallengren explains what is required to continue to grow in Denmark and why Sweden is a more favorable market.
Wihlborgs Divests in Lund
Wihlborgs signed an agreement to sell the Landsdomaren 6 property in Lund encompassing a total of 27,500 sqm of lettable area to Intea for SEK 1.4 billion (EUR 133M).
Wihlborgs Completes Major Acquisition in Helsingborg
Wihlborgs has completed another major acquisition through the purchase of the property known as Tretornfabriken in central Helsingborg encompassing a total lettable area of 51,000 sqm.
Wihlborgs Leases 8,200 sqm to the City of Malmö
The City of Malmö has signed a ten-year lease with Wihlborgs for 8,200 sqm in central Malmö for the medical, health and social care administration (HVO).
Wihlborgs Divests in Denmark
Wihlborgs has signed an agreement to sell two properties in Copenhagen totalling 17,400 sqm to Viscop Ejendomsselskab, a part of Copi Group and Vision Properties.
Wihlborgs Makes Major Acquisition in Lund
Wihlborgs acquires two office properties in Lund from Vasakronan for SEK 1.26 billion (EUR 120M).
The Vision: Artificial Islands with 12,000 Workplaces
The real estate giant comments on the Danish government's grand vision of the future south of Copenhagen – artificial islands. "Exciting development project".
Wihlborgs Acquires in Lund
Wihlborgs has signed an agreement for the acquisition of the Nya Vattentornet 3 property in Lund with a lettable area of 21,700 sqm, comprising primarily office space. The transaction price is MSEK 570 (EUR 55M).
Wihlborgs Looks for More in Copenhagen
Wihlborgs made a big splash in Denmark by acquiring a 165,000 sqm portfolio for DKK 1.8 billion last summer. And the company is looking for more.
Wihlborgs Divests Industrial Properties in Malmö
Wihlborgs has divested four industrial properties in Malmö to Corem. The properties were sold in corporate wrappers at an underlying property value of around EUR 14M.