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Delphi advised Framnäs Centrum Kommanditbolag on transfer of Framnäs shopping centre in Lidköping

Pressmeddelande   •   Jun 12, 2013 10:43 CEST

Delphi has advised Framnäs Centrum Kommanditbolag on the sale of Framnäs shopping centre in Lidköping. The transfer was made to Redito at a price of SEK 127 million and Reditos acquisition has been made through Trophi AB, owned by the Third Swedish National Pension Fund.

The property constitutes the trade center Framnäs shopping centre, located in the heart of the city and facing the harbor. The largest tenants are ICA Kvantum and Willy:s. The shopping centre’s area is 22,000 square meters and the vacancy rate is 10-15 percent. The property was brokered by Savills and the Danish company Habro & Finansgruppen assisted the seller in commercial matters.

Delphi's team was led by Anders Hulegårdh in collaboration with Leif Ramberg, employment law, Benjamin Onsjö, real estate and M&A, Erik Ljungqvist, lease law, Erica Nobel, environmental law and Johan Kristoffersson regarding tax issues.


Contact:

Anders Hulegårdh
Partner/Advokat
Delphi
Ph. +46 709 25 26 04
email: anders.hulegardh@delphi.se

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