Castellum divests properties and signs LOI for SEK 2 billion

Castellum divests properties and signs LOI for SEK 2 billion

Castellum divests a commercial property portfolio with 5 properties. The sales price, which is in line with the book value, amounts to approximately SEK 219 M with a market deduction for deferred tax. In addition, there are conditional agreements and letters of intent signed for a further SEK 1.8 billion.

 

“We follow our strategy of divesting properties in connection with the acquisition of Kungsleden that contribute to an increased geographical concentration in the portfolio. With today’s deal, Castellum is leaving Halmstad and Alingsås. During the autumn, Castellum has sold properties for approximately SEK 2.2 billion and signed conditional agreements or letters of intent for a further SEK 1.8 billion,” says Rutger Arnhult, managing director of Castellum AB.

The properties being sold in the trading portfolio are Eketånga 24:56 and Eketånga 3:204 in Halmstad, Direktorén 8 in Västerås, Plommonet 12 in Alingsås and Ran 20 in Uddevalla. The largest tenants are ICA and Willys.

Castellum’s other disposals during the autumn are Sockeln 1 in Malmö, Raklinjen 2 in Borås, Spindeln 8 in Malmö, Narcissus 5 in Borås, Bulten 1 in Alingsås, Älvsborg 178:8 in Gothenburg and Löddeköpinge 14:54 in Kävlinge, Skällared 3:49 in Kungsbacka, Ånsta 20:117 in Örebro, Götaland 9 in Jönköping and Marievik 27 and 30 in Stockholm.

In total, Castellum’s divestments during the autumn sums up to around SEK 4 billion, including conditional agreements and letters of intent.

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