Skanska sells commercial projects in Copenhagen, Denmark, for DKK 550 M, about SEK 670 M
Skanska sells two commercial projects to the Danish pension fund PFA Pension for DKK 550 M, about SEK 670 M. The projects are situated in Gladsaxe and Havneholmen in the Copenhagen area and comprise in total approximately 19,100 square meters offices. The transaction will be recorded by Skanska Commercial Development Nordic in the first quarter 2015 and transfer of the property is scheduled to take place in the fourth quarter of 2015 (Gladsaxe) and the second quarter of 2016 (Havneholmen).
The project in Gladsaxe consists of two connected office buildings, which are fully leased to Alfa Laval Copenhagen A/S. The first building was completed in 2010. The second building is under construction and will be completed in October 2015. The office area is 8,400 square meters. The project meets the requirements for EU GreenBuilding.
The Havneholmen project consists of two office buildings, Plaza II and III, which are fully leased to Pandora A/S. The buildings are under construction and will be completed in April 2016. The office area is 10,700 square meters. The project meets the requirements for EU GreenBuilding and will be certified as LEED Gold.
Skanska Commercial Development Nordic initiates and develops property projects in offices, logistics, business premises and commercial buildings. The company’s operations are concentrated in the three metropolitan regions in Sweden, the Copenhagen region in Denmark, the Oslo region in Norway, as well as Helsinki in Finland. The development of logistics and volume retail properties is conducted in strategic locations in Sweden, Denmark and Finland.