9 July, 2018

Largest deal in Sweden

Pangea sell-side adviser to Starwood in the SEK 3.6bn portfolio deal

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. The properties are located in 17 cities, mainly in central and southern Sweden, including Stockholm, Malmö, Västerås, Borås and Lund. Some key tenants are DHL, Speed Logistics, Haldex and PostNord.

Pangea Property Partners was sell-side adviser to Starwood in the transaction, being the by far largest property transaction in Sweden this year. In the first half of 2018, we advised on more than 30 transactions and advisory mandates in the Nordics with an underlying property value around SEK 20 billion.

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17 April, 2019

Pangea Institutional Outlook

Last week, we published our fifth edition of Pangea Institutional Outlook based on an extensive investor survey among the 160 largest institutional investors in the Nordic region. The first report was published in 2011 and the investor sentiment and investment strategies has changed considerably over the years.

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1 April, 2019

Further retail acquisitions

Fastator acquires five centrally located retail properties in Bollnäs, Ludvika and Sala for SEK 220 million. The properties have a lettable area of approximately 24,300 sqm, excluding parking, and the current occupancy rate is 89 percent. The largest tenant is the Swedish Tax Agency accounting for 11 percent of total rental income.

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25 March, 2019

Hotel transaction in Borlänge

Västerkulla has 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.

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11 March, 2019

Another Oslo CBD transaction

Tristan Capital Partners, through its European Property Investors Special Opportunities Fund (EPISO 3) has sold the prime office and retail property Grensen 5-7 in Oslo CBD. The property has a lettable area of approximately 14,000 sqm and is located just 150 metres from Oslo’s main shopping street Karl Johans gate.

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