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.
Office transaction in Oslo CBD
Genesta, on behalf of Genesta Nordic Real Estate Fund II (GNRE Fund II), has sold the office property Dronning Mauds gate 15 in Oslo CBD. The property was significantly upgraded in 2017/2018 and has a lettable area of approximately 8,700 sqm, excluding garage.Read more
Hotel transaction in Borlänge
Västerkulla acquired the property Einar 10 in central Borlänge from NP3 Fastigheter. The property was built in 1985 and has a lettable area of about 6,800 sqm comprising 100 hotel rooms, relax and conference facilities, restaurant and bar. The tenant is Best Western Hotel Gustav Wasa on a long lease agreement.Read more
New Norwegian parking company
Bane NOR Eiendom and Eiendomspar establish a new 50/50 joint venture acquiring two large and centrally located parking facilitates in Oslo and Asker. The sellers are several private owners, including Bane NOR Eiendom which until now has owned 25 percent of the company Oslo S Parkering AS.Read more
Acquisition of utleiebolig AS
Selvaag Gruppen has acquired all shares in Utleiebolig AS, buying out eight other shareholders, with the ambition to become the leading owner of new rental apartments in Norway. The company owns 840 rental apartments, of which 410 in production, in greater Oslo, Lørenskog, Jessheim, Drammen and Bergen.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