Atrium Ljungberg acquires Söderhallarna
Atrium Ljungberg has concluded an agreement with the City of Stockholm for acquisition of the property Fatburen 2, known as Söderhallarna, at Medborgarplatsen in Stockholm. This means that the company will own and manage both the properties which Söderhallarna currently comprises.
Atrium Ljungberg recruits Monica Fallenius for the management
Monica Fallenius has been appointed as the new director of Transaction and establishment at Atrium Ljungberg and will be a part of the company management.
Changes in Atrium Ljungberg’s company management – Micael Averborg is leaving
Micael Averborg, Transactions and Establishment manager at Atrium Ljungberg, is leaving after 16 years with the company.
Atrium Ljungberg acquires office property in new subsidiary market
Atrium Ljungberg has concluded an agreement on acquisition of the office property Eken 6 in Sundbyberg. The property totals 28,500 m2 and was acquired at an underlying property value of SEK 1,059 million. The acquisition is Atrium Ljungberg’s first in Sundbyberg, a municipality undergoing strong development where the number of residents will increase significantly over the coming years.
BAS Barkarby about to become a reality – Atrium Ljungberg concludes an agreement with Järfälla municipality
On Monday evening the municipal executive board of Järfälla made a decision on renting approximately 11000 m2 from Atrium Ljungberg for upper secondary education, a multi-purpose hall, library and other cultural activities in BAS Barkarby in Barkarbystaden. The decision is a further step towards the vision of creating a regional meeting place in the emerging city district.
Interim Report 1 January - 31 March 2016
“During the first quarter the operating surplus increased by approximately 4 per cent, despite the sale of four retail properties last year. We are continuing to work actively with strategic acquisitions and in a short time have acquired properties in Malmö and Kista at an underlying value of SEK 450 million,” comments Atrium Ljungberg’s CEO Annica Ånäs. “We believe that the strong rental market and the renegotiations we are now conducting will have a positive effect on our rental income in the future. It is also positive that our investment in residentials is underway, and we are planning for several project starts during 2016 and 2017,” concludes Annica Ånäs.Report
Atrium Ljungberg acquires office property in Kista
Today Atrium Ljungberg concluded an agreement on acquisition of the office property Borgarfjord 3 in Kista. The property totals 13,550 m2 and was acquired at an underlying property value of SEK 325 million. Atrium Ljungberg is thereby expanding in the well known ICT cluster, which is currently undergoing a vast transformation.