Finnish asset manager's real estate fund buys Kone headquarters in Helsinki

The glass and steel headquarters of Finnish industrial corporation Kone have changed hands in a large real estate deal. The seller of the iconic high-rise in Helsinki is Hansa Invest and the buyer is a real estate fund managed by Evli Fund Management Company.

Kone headquarter in Keilaranta, Helsinki. | Photo: Evli/PR

A real estate fund under Finnish financial group Evli's alternative fund business has acquired the Kone headquarters in the Helsinki district of Keilaranta. The seller is German capital group Hansa Invest.

The high-rise building from 2001 occupies a prime seafront location near the Keilaranta metro station in Helsinki. However, the price was not revealed in the press release from Evli.

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