Nordic Transaction Power
Pangea Property Partners is an independent corporate finance and transaction advisory firm focusing on the Nordic property sector. We have a strong track record of executing complex transactions such as creating new companies and divesting portfolios in illiquid markets. This means that we know how to handle all kinds of transactions, maximising results for our clients.
Pangea Property Partners has a history of combining Nordic property with international capital. We have an extended network of international investors, and more than 40 percent of our transactions are cross border. Currently, we are some 30 employees with offices in Stockholm, Oslo and London. In addition, we have a close cooperation with Mrec in Finland.
Largest deal in Sweden
Starwood Capital Group sells a large Swedish warehouse and logistics portfolio to Hemfosa for approximately SEK 3.6 billion. The portfolio comprises 51 properties totalling about 460,000 sqm with a gross rental income (including supplements) of SEK 318 million. Pangea Property Partners was sell-side adviser to Starwood in the transaction, being the by far largest property transaction in Sweden this year.Read more
Large residential project in Bro
Slättö acquires the first stage of the new residential area Tegelhagen in Bro, in northern Stockholm, from Magnolia Bostad. The project comprises about 650 apartments and the value at completion is estimated to around SEK 1,170 million. Pangea Property Partners was buy-side adviser to Slättö in the transaction.Read more
Shopping centre deal in Norway
Citycon sells Heiane Storsenter in Norway to the regional investor Midgard Gruppen for approximately EUR 24m. The shopping centre is located in Stord, in the western part of Norway, and has approximately 1.2 million visitors every year. Pangea Property Partners was sell-side adviser to Citycon in the transaction.Read more
Large resi deal in Sweden
Slättö IV sells a newly built Swedish residential portfolio in two separate tranches for almost SEK 1.6bn. The buyers are Trenum (owned by Balder and AP3) acquiring 372 apartments in Stockholm and Västerås and Lansa Fastigheter acquiring 295 apartments in Karlstad and Umeå. The total area is close to 38,000 sqm giving an average price of approximately SEK 43,000 SEK/sqm.Read more
PREX index family
There are more than 40 real estate equities in the Nordic market.
We have grouped these according to a number of criteria (e.g. geography and sector focus) and created an index family named PREX. To the right, the sub-index PREX Country shows how property shares have performed in different countries over the last 12 months.Read more