Swedish investor takes action - plans Danish acquisitions worth EUR 50m

Swedish SBB has bought Copenhagen real estate and signed declarations of intent for another five Danish properties, the company announces. Additional acquisitions in Denmark are on the table.

SBB Founder and CEO Ilija Batljan. | Photo: PR.

Swedish listed real estate company Samhällsbyggnadsbolaget (SBB), which has struggled to enter the Danish real estate market, may add Danish properties worth over EUR 50m to its portfolio this summer.

SBB has signed declarations of intent on five Danish properties in Copenhagen and Aarhus covering a total area of 34,000 sq m and totaling a value of over EUR 50m.  Moreover, the Swedish company has completed a single property trading in Copenhagen of about 3,400 sq m, the company has announced in a statment.

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