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 Wednesday 28 March 2018 at 5.00 p.m. at Marcusplatsen 19 in Sickla, Nacka.
Atrium Ljungberg concludes an agreement with Nordic Choice Hotels for Tapetfabriken in Sickla
Atrium Ljungberg has concluded an agreement with Nordic Choice Hotels for opening a Clarion Collection Hotel in Sickla, Nacka. The hotel will open in the spring of 2020 in the building where Kåbergs started manufacturing wallpaper more than one hundred years ago. The hotel will be an important piece of the puzzle for developing Sickla into a vibrant urban environment. Annordia served as adviser to Atrium Ljungberg.
Atrium Ljungberg sells Port 73 in Haninge
The property company Atrium Ljungberg has today concluded an agreement for sale of the property Söderby Huvudgård 2:43 in Haninge, widely known as the retail hub Port 73. The purchase price is based on an underlying property value of EK 977 million. CBRE Global Investors is the purchaser.
Atrium Ljungberg given land reserve at Mälarterrassen, Slussen
Today it was announced that Atrium Ljungberg has concluded an agreement with the City of Stockholm for an early land reserve of approximately 5,000 m2 GFA by Slussen in Stockholm. The aim is to create a meeting place for food and culture for Stockholm’s residents and visitors. It is expected that the new meeting place will be inaugurated by 2025.
Interim Report 1 January - 31 March 2017
“Our letting to Nordisk Film means that we can start new projects in Uppsala and Malmö during the year. Our project portfolio is expanding further with a new land allocation in Uppsala. We now have the opportunity to invest SEK 13 billion within the land we own and the land allocations we have,” comments CEO Annica Ånäs,” comments Atrium Ljungberg’s CEO Annica Ånäs. “We are increasing the operating surplus by 8 per cent – a significant step towards our goal of a 10 per cent annual increase. We are increasing our forecast by SEK 80 million to SEK 1,135 for the full-year,” concludes Annica Ånäs.Report