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Vinge advises DNB Liv Eiendom Sverige AB on the sale of Spårvagnshallarna

September 26, 2012

Vinge has advised DNB Liv Eiendom Sverige AB in connection with the sale of the conference centre Spårvagnshallarna on Birger Jarlsgatan in Stockholm to Fastighets AB Balder. The property, which is designated as Spårvagn 4, has a lettable area of approximately 23,000 m2 and the current tenants include, among others, Sirius International Insurance, Lowe Brindfors, SATS and Intellecta. The purchase price amounts to SEK 1,100 billion, of which SEK 300 million will be paid through an issue of 1 million preference shares in Fastighets Blader AB. Completion took place on 1 October 2012.

Vinge’s team consisted of partner Patrick Forslund and associates Niklas Winnberg and Maria Schultzberg (tax).

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