Stockholm 15 September 2017
Brunswick Real Estate provides financing for Areim Fund III’s acquisition of the office property “Gladan 4” in central Stockholm
Through the debt fund, Brunswick Real Estate has provided financing for Areim Fund III’s acquisition of the leasehold property Gladan 4, located in central Stockholm, an office property with a lettable area of approximately 7,600 square meters.
Louise Richnau, Partner Brunswick Real Estate, says:
“We are pleased to have assisted Ariem with the financing of this investment. We are experiencing a growing demand for institutional capital as a counterweight to the traditional dependence of a handful of banks in the Nordics. We continue to see a strong dealflow with the pipeline volume in H1 2017 equal to the total volume of 2016.”
Brunswick Real Estate manages two senior debt funds with over SEK 4.3 billion under management.
Johan Bengtsson, Areim says:
“The institutional lending provided by Brunswick Real Estate Capital has been an effective and flexible financing form in this acquisition, with regards to both the capital cost as well as to the swiftness of the process.”
For further information about Areim.
Partner, Brunswick Real Estate
t: +46 (0) 703 46 22 19
Notes to editor
Brunswick Real Estate Capital is an investment adviser to BREC II SE, FCP-SIF (the “Fund” or “Brunswick Real Estate Capital II”), an unincorporated co-proprietorship of investments organized in the form of a mutual fund with multiple compartments/Sub-funds governed by the laws of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg which has obtained the authorisation of the Luxembourg Supervisory Commission of the Financial Sector. The Fund is subject to the law of February 13, 2007 relating to specialized investment funds, as amended or supplemented from time to time and qualifies as an alternative investment fund within the meaning of the Luxembourg law of 12 July 2013, as may be amended from time to time. Crestbridge Management Company S.A. is appointed as an external alternative investment fund manager to the Fund.