Atrium Ljungberg acquires property worth a billion in Gothenburg
Today Atrium Ljungberg concluded an agreement on acquisition of the office property Lindholmen 30:1 in the city district Lindholmen in Gothenburg. The property is being acquired for an underlying property value of approximately SEK 1.3 billion. By means of the acquisition, Atrium Ljungberg is doubling its property portfolio in Gothenburg.
Nordisk Film opens cinemas in Sweden – collaborates with Atrium Ljungberg
Swedish cinema goers will soon have more options. In collaboration with Atrium Ljungberg, Nordisk Film will now open cinema auditoriums in Uppsala and Malmö. The investment aims to create a greater offering in the Swedish cinema market.
Atrium Ljungberg conduct the first issue of green bonds
Atrium Ljungberg has issued green bonds for a value of SEK 1,300 million, in the form of bonds with a 5-year duration, the first in the company’s green framework.
Atrium Ljungberg 2016 Annual Report is available on Atrium Ljungberg's website
A Swedish language version of Atrium Ljungberg's 2016 Annual Report is now available on Atrium Ljungberg's website at www.al.se.Report
Atrium Ljungberg expands on Södermalm– acquires property by Slussen
Today Atrium Ljungberg has signed an agreement to acquire the property Tranbodarne 13 on Södermalm in Stockholm. The property, of approximately 3,300 m2, is being acquired for an underlying property value of SEK 252 million and will be a complement to the company’s already existing holdings by Slussen.
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 5 April 2017 at 5.00 p.m. at Marcusplatsen 19 in Sickla, Nacka.
Atrium Ljungberg’s Capital Market Day 2017
On Friday Atrium Ljungberg will present the company’s strategy, project portfolio, investment in residentials and financial position in detail and will also comment on the year-end closing for 2016.
Preliminary financial statement 2016
““We are delivering stable results and exceeding our forecast. Despite a large sale in 2015 and a lower investment rate 2014 – 2015, we are delivering a slightly higher operating surplus than last year. In 2017 we expect to start projects with a total investment volume of approximately SEK 2 billion and several of these will be completed 2018–2019. There is significant potential by means of our large project portfolio in which our new residential business is an important piece of the puzzle in order to build sustainable urban environments,” says Annica Ånäs, CEO of Atrium Ljungberg. “The acquisitions we conducted in 2016 will result in higher income for 2017. The forecast for 2017 amounts to SEK 1,055 million before changes in value and tax, in comparison to the result of SEK 965 million for 2016,” concludes Annica Ånäs.Report
Atrium Ljungberg receives investment grade rating
Atrium Ljungberg has today received an investment grade rating from the credit rating agency Moody´s and has been awarded Baa2 grade with a stable outlook.