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Alma Property Partners acquires industrial properties in southern Sweden

Press Release   •   Oct 12, 2016 05:05 BST

Alma Property Partners has acquired a portfolio of four industrial and warehouse assets comprising approximately 40,000 sqm in southern Sweden

The transaction includes four properties located in Jönköping, Lidköping, Götene and Olofström with a total lettable area of approximately 40,000 sqm. The seller of the properties is a company within the Nävrabäcken group. The properties are fully leased with newly signed 15-year leases. Alma took possession of the properties on October 3, 2016.

“The facilities in Jönköping, Lidköping and Götene are modern production and warehouse properties that are well suited to the tenants’ operations. The transaction fits within Alma’s industrial and logistics portfolio very well because of the long leases and stable cash flow. We hope to continue developing the properties and the relationships with the tenants going forward,” says Christofer Lundquist of Alma Property Partners.

The acquisition was made by the subsidiary Sydsvenska Industrihus AB which Alma owns and operates in cooperation with P&E Fastighetspartner in Kalmar. Tenant & Partner advised the seller in the transaction.

Alma Property Partners is a real estate investment company focused on the Nordic Region. The management of the company includes Simon de Château, Sloan Wobbeking, Christofer Lundquist, Robert Landtman and Jacob Annehed. The company was founded by a group of senior real estate professionals with backgrounds from leading Nordic real estate investment companies and it is built on the principles of active ownership and strong alignment with investors. The team has extensive experience and a strong track record in Nordic real estate investment and asset management. Alma Property Partners aims to become the leading Nordic real estate investment company and the partner of choice for institutional investors seeking real estate exposure in the Nordic Region. For more information, please visit

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