Klövern acquires two properties in Lund and Malmö for SEK 113 million


Klövern has in two separate transactions signed contracts to acquire two office properties in Lund and Malmö for a total underlying property value of SEK 113 million.

The property Harven 2 in Lund has a lettable area of 3,200 sq.m. and is fully let to Unikum Datasystem. The remaining contract period amounts to 5 years with an annual contract value of SEK 4.5 million. Transfer of possession was on 15 January.

In Malmö a contract has been signed regarding new construction on the property Grävstekeln 2. The planned new building, which is fully let to among others We Construction, will have a lettable area of 1,925 sq.m. and primarily consist of offices. The rental value amounts to SEK 3.3 million and the average contract period is 5 years. Transfer of possession is planned to be in the first quarter of 2022.

On 30 September 2020 the value of Klövern’s property portfolio in Malmö and Lund amounted to SEK 3 billion, which corresponded to 5 per cent of the company’s total property value.

”I am pleased that we can announce additional add-on acquisitions in Lund and Malmö”, says Peeter Kinnunen, Head of Transactions at Klövern.

Klövern AB (publ)

For additional information, please contact:
Rutger Arnhult, CEO, +46 (0)70-458 24 70, rutger.arnhult@staging-wwwklovernse.wp4.triggerfish.cloud
Peeter Kinnunen, Head of Transactions, +46 (0)76-855 67 03, peeter.kinnunen@staging-wwwklovernse.wp4.triggerfish.cloud
Lars Norrby, IR, +46 (0)76-777 38 00, lars.norrby@staging-wwwklovernse.wp4.triggerfish.cloud

Klövern is a real estate company committed to working closely with customers to offer them attractive premises in growth regions. Klövern is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. For further information, see www.staging-wwwklovernse.wp4.triggerfish.cloud.

Klövern AB (publ), Bredgränd 4, 111 30 Stockholm. Phone: +46 (0)10-482 70 00. E-mail: info@staging-wwwklovernse.wp4.triggerfish.cloud.

This is a translation of the original Swedish language press release. In the event of discrepancies, the original Swedish wording shall prevail.