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Triple Point closes £26M deal in UK; Fastighets AB buys Swedish retail asset


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Triple Point closes £26M deal in UK; Fastighets AB buys Swedish retail asset

This feature rounds up recent property news from S&P Global Market Intelligence's covered companies and highlights larger deal coverage already published.


* Triple Point Social Housing REIT Plc closed the roughly £25.9 million purchase of a portfolio comprising 160 units across 11 supported housing assets in the Midlands and the North of England. Additionally, the company signed a deal for a pipeline of more than 25 supported housing properties, which are expected to be exchanged over the next 12 months.

* Unite Group Plc's unit Unite Students signed a deal to acquire a development site in Oxford, for which it also gained permission to build an 885-bed scheme for the 2019-2020 academic year under an approximately £75 million project. The company agreed to the commercial terms for a 25-year nominations agreement with Oxford Brookes University for the site, according to a release.


* Fastighets AB Balder acquired the 421 Göteborg Högsbo 23:4 retail asset in Gothenburg for a net price of 728 million Swedish kronor. The asset contains 33,000 square meters of lettable area, and houses ICA Maxi and H&M, among other tenants.

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Hammerson to shed stake in French retail asset for €162M

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Befimmo agrees to €116M Brussels leasehold acquisition

Dominvs sells 18 UK properties for £100M

Anusha Iyer contributed to this report.

As of Dec. 7, US$1 was equivalent to about 8.47 Swedish kronor.