The development work between Kotkan Satamatalot and Haminan Satamakiinteistöt continues
Kotkan Satamatalot and Haminan Satamakiinteistöt have completed another real estate transaction in the port of Hamina. Haminan Satamakiinteistöt has acquired a real estate consisting of three separate buildings providing office, maintenance and storage space.
Haminan Satamakiinteistöt was founded by Sveafastigheter in 2010 to acquire and develop logistics properties. In May 2011 it acquired two properties from Kotkan Satamatalot. Following this real estate transaction Haminan Satamakiinteistöt owns properties with a total area of 41,000 sqm in the port of Hamina.
”We have acquired a significant property portfolio in the port of Hamina. Following this acquisition we have two separate areas that we are developing. The now acquired buildings together with Halls 4 and 7 will be completely modernised and we will separately develop the area consisting of HCT-5 and its adjacent plot. Our plan is to invest further into all the acquired properties and modernise them to meet the needs of modern logistics operators. We will continue our cooperation with John Nurminen Realty in developing these properties, “says Robert Landtman, Director at Sveafastigheter.
”John Nurminen Realty is responsible for the operational development of the properties. They have a long history of successful cooperation with Port of HaminaKotka and Kotkan Satamatalot. We welcome the fact that Haminan Satamakiinteistöt and its driving forces are taking part in adding value to the logistics development in the southeast of Finland, “says Jan Gran, CEO of Kotkan Satamatalot.
Kotkan Satamatalot Oy, CEO Jan Gran, mobile +358 40 356 5074
Haminan Satamakiinteistöt Oy/Sveafastigheter, Director Robert Landtman, mobile +358 50 374 6069
John Nurminen Realty Oy, CEO Tapani Raunio, mobile +358 50 555 5591
Sveafastigheter is a leading Nordic private equity firm focusing solely on real estate investments. The first opportunistic real estate fund, Sveafastigheter Sverige I, was launched in 2003. In 2006 Sveafastigheter launched its second fund, Sveafastigheter Fund II, and Sveafastigheter Fund III was closed in February 2011 with €317 million in total commitments.
Sveafastigheter is based in Stockholm with offices in Helsinki and Malmö.