Notice to Annual General Meeting in Atrium Ljungberg AB (publ)
The shareholders of Atrium Ljungberg AB (publ) are hereby invited to the Annual General Meeting to be held on Thursday 25 March 2021
Atrium Ljungberg is hosting a presentation of Q4 Report 2020 on 9 February at 10.00 CET
Atrium Ljungberg is hosting an online broadcast of the Q4 Report 2020 presentation at 10.00 CET on 9 February 2021. The Year-End Report 2020 will be published at 7.30 CET on the same day.
Atrium Ljungberg acquires the historic Ångkvarnen and Mejeriet properties in the centre of Uppsala
Atrium Ljungberg has signed agreements to acquire two properties in the centre of Uppsala: Uppsala Kvarngärdet 33:2, also known as Mejeriet (the Dairy), and parts of Uppsala Kungsängen 22:2. Together these properties comprise almost 12,000 m and were acquired for a total of SEK 234 million.
The Board of Atrium Ljungberg AB has decided to acquire own shares
At the Board meeting on 14 October 2020, the Board of Atrium Ljungberg has decided to use the authorization for repurchase of own shares granted at the Annual General Meeting on 25 March 2020.
Interim Report January-September 2020
“Activity on the market increased in the third quarter. It’s great to see that sales of new build apartments are going so well in our tenant-owned dwelling projects,” says Annica Ånäs, CEO of Atrium Ljungberg.Report Presentation Webcast
Atrium Ljungberg is hosting a presentation of Q3 Report 2020 on 15 October at 11.00 CET
Atrium Ljungberg is hosting an online broadcast of the Q3 Report 2020 presentation at 11.00 CET on 15 October 2020. The Q3 report 2020 will be published at 7.30 CET on the same day.
Atrium Ljungberg and the Municipality of Nacka are initiating a major new detailed development plan for Central Sickla
Over the last few decades, Atrium Ljungberg has redeveloped Sickla, a suburb of Stockholm, from an industrial estate into a vibrant, living city district. Several large construction projects are already in progress today, and a detailed development plan for the central parts of Sickla has now been initiated. The vision is to continue the development of Sickla into a richly populated mixed-use district and transform large car parks and low rise retail sites into urban neighbourhoods with workplaces and homes, where shops and restaurants breathe life into the streets. The plans entail additional projects spanning some 150,000 square metres.