Sveafastigheter divests school property in Nacka
Sveafastigheter Fund II AB (“Sveafastigheter”) divests a school property in Nacka to Diligentia. The Johannes Petri School is privately operated by Pysslingen.
Sveafastigheter in partnership with Actus Fastigheter divests the Tollare 1:334 property to Diligentia, through the sale of shares in a limited company. Sveafastigheter in co-operation with Actus Fastigheter erected the Johannes Petri School building in 2007. The Johannes Petri School has in total 700 children between the age 1 and 16. In 2012 the property was extended with 1,000 square meters, increasing the total area to approximately 6,600 square meters.
- In the last year, we have in partnership with Actus Fastigheter extended the property and signed a new 20-year lease agreement with Pysslingen. After six years ownership, during which we surpassed our business plan, we are very pleased to divest the property to a long term institutional owner like Diligentia, comments Simon de Château, partner and CEO at Sveafastigheter.
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Simon de Château, partner and CEO, phone +46 8 545 075 01 or +46 708 48 51 52,
Sveafastigheter is a leading Nordic property fund manager. The first real estate fund, Sveafastigheter Sverige I, was launched in 2003. In 2006 Sveafastigheter launched its second fund, Sveafastigheter Fund II. In February 2011, Sveafastigheter Fund III held its final closing reaching EUR 317 million of commitments in aggregate. Sveafastigheter is based in Stockholm with offices in Helsinki and Malmö.