ARTICLES TAGGED WITH "WSP"

Patrizia Invests EUR 145M in Helsinki Residential Portfolio

Finland Finland — Patrizia has acquired a portfolio of multifamily residential properties in Helsinki from Taaleri, the Nordic investment and asset manager, for circa EUR 145 million, on behalf of its institutional clients.

BGO Acquires Logistics in Malmö

Sweden Sweden — BentallGreenOak marks entry into the Swedish real estate market with a logistics acquisition in Malmö from Genesta.

Stadsrum Buys in Central Stockholm

Sweden Sweden — Stadsrum Real Estate acquires the properties Grinden 21 and Grinden 27 in Stockholm from Vasaparken.

Estea Buys in Karlstad

Sweden Sweden — Estea's wholly-owned subsidiary and alternative investment fund, Estea Sverigefastigheter 3, has acquired the property Björnen 12 in Karlstad from Arwidsro Fastigheter.

WSP Signs Lease in Tripla

Finland Finland — WSP to concentrate its operations in the Helsinki metropolitan area in Tripla

Stadsrum Buys from Axfast

Sweden Sweden — Stadsrum Fastigheter acquires the properties Dragarbrunn 23:1 and Dragarbrunn 23:3 (commonly known as Åhlénshuset) in Uppsala from Axfast.

Catalyst Capital Makes First Swedish Purchase

Sweden Sweden — British Catalyst Capital has, through the operating partner NCAP, made the first purchase in Sweden with the acquisition of shopping centre Centrum Syd in Löddeköping from Barings.

Arctic Acquires Logistics

Nordic — Ängsö Logistik, a real estate company established by Arctic Securities AS, has acquired a portfolio of three logistics properties in Borås, Örebro and Vansbro from Logistic Contractor. The properties are under construction by Logistic Contractor with planned completion in 2019.

Triuva Acquires Office Building in Stockholm

Sweden Sweden — Pan-European institutional real estate investment manager Triuva has acquired a 6,700 sqm office building, Lammet 17, in central Stockholm from Slussgården, a subsidiary of SKL Fastigheter and Service AB.

Multiconsult Acquires Remaining Shares in LINK Arkitektur AS

Norway Norway — Multiconsult has entered into agreements with the other shareholders in LINK arkitektur AS for the acquisition of the remaining 68 per cent of the shares. Following completion of these transactions, Multiconsult, previously owning 32 per cent of the shares, will own 100 per cent of the shares in LINK arkitektur AS.