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Niam sells public service properties located throughout Sweden

Press release   •   Jun 10, 2014 10:00 BST

Niam sells a portfolio of community properties located in Solna, Stockholm, Malmö and Lund for approximately SEK 2 billion. The largest tenants are the Swedish National Courts Administration and the Swedish Police Authority where the average remaining lease length is ~9 years. The buyer is Hemsö who will assume control of the properties in September 2014.

Stefan Albinsson, Niam Fund Manager says, “This portfolio is an excellent example of how Niam
adds value to properties with an already stable cash flow. During the holding period we have  renegotiated and signed a new 15-year lease with the Swedish Police Authority, expanded the Solna District Court and made ​​significant savings in the operation of the Administrative Court in Stockholm with the installation of a geothermal heating system.”

The community property portfolio consists of Tegen 6 (Solna), Bremen 3 (Stockholm), Von Conow 57 (Malmö) and Häradshövdingen 2 (Lund).

For more information please contact:
Johan Bergman, CEO, Niam AB 
+46 8 5175 85 95, johan.bergman@niam.se

Stefan Albinsson, Fund Manager, Niam AB
+46 8 5175 85 15, stefan.albinsson@niam.se

For further information about Niam:
Jennifer Andersson, Head of Investor Relations & Business Development, Niam AB
+ 46 8 5175 85 59, jennifer.andersson@niam.se



Niam is the leading real estate private equity firm in Northern Europe and offers global institutions the opportunity to invest in the Nordic and Baltic property markets. Since inception in 1998, Niam has invested over €7 billion through its own funds or on behalf of its financial partners. Niam has a fully integrated investment team of 47 dedicated real estate professionals with experience across all major asset classes. The company is headquartered in Stockholm and has offices in Oslo, Helsinki and Copenhagen. For more information, please visit www.niam.se.

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