Office properties are in demand in Scandinavia – especially in large cities. The trend towards a service society, but also the high economic strength, ensure high demand for office space. Office property investors know this. This article is based on the unique Top 100 Real Estate Investors Scandinavia – List of Real Estate Buyers in Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark.
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1. Tristan Capital Partners LP
Tristan Capital Partners in London is a spin-out from the real estate investment company AEW Europe founded in 2009. In Scandinavia, they have an office in Stockholm. Tristan Capital Partners makes real estate investments for in-house funds. One of the objectives is to resell the property at a profit after it has been “upgraded”. At the end of 2020, the historic telegraph building in Oslo was successfully sold to a syndicate for EUR 210 million after extensive renovation.
2. CapMan Real Estate
Founded in 1989, CapMan Oyj is a Finnish investment company for institutional investors based in Helsinki. The investment focus is on private equity, infrastructure and real estate (CapMan Real Estate). For the fund “CapMan Nordic Real Estate III”, a portfolio consisting of three properties (pure office or mixed use) was acquired in December 2020. The properties are located in the central Stockholm industrial area of Västberga and are to be revitalised.
3. Castellum AB
Castellum is one of Sweden’s largest listed real estate companies with a property portfolio equivalent to approximately €8.8 billion. The Gothenburg-based company focuses on investments in office, logistics and mixed-use properties. Regionally, the business focuses on Sweden and the greater Copenhagen and Helsinki areas. A historic office building in the central Sörnäinen district of Helsinki was acquired at the end of 2020. The seller is CapMan Real Estate. The transaction volume amounts to €23.7 million.
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