Engelbrekt Development is a part of Möller & Partners with focus on project development. Engelbrekt’s focus is developing residential buildings with high architectural standard and environmental profile. The project portfolio is created by acquisition of building rights, rezoning and by converting already existing properties.
Möller & Partners expands and move into new facilities at Engelbrektsplan 2, right next to the Royal Library and Stureplan.
A new housing company is established with focus on small to medium-sized municipalities which display good demographic growth. Some of the investors are: Allmänna Arvsfonden, Apoteket AB:s pensionsstiftelse and PRI pensionsgaranti.
Möller & Partners managed two shopping centers in Västerås on behalf of the Carlyle Group. Investments and active management generated new concepts and modernized the assets which reduced vacancies and improved cash flows.
M&P Property Invest is a development company within the Möller & Partners Group. The project portfolio consisted of three projects of different nature, though all residential, in the greater Stockholm area.
Svenska Handelsfastigheter - A portfolio consisting of big box retail with main focus on groceries. At its peak, the portfolio consisted of approximately 187,000 square meters.
IHF Bostad - Residential real estate company operating in metropolitan areas and regional cities. Since the start, nine transactions totalling 3,000 apartments have been completed. In 2017, the company changed name to Urbano.
M&P developed approximately 28,000 square meters of modern production facilities outside Nyköping. The property was sold to Alecta in 2009.
In 2005, M&P acquired land in Mölnvik and Värmdö which was developed in cooperation with Sveafastigheter. When the properties was sold to the German property fund III-BVK Europa-Immobilien-Spezialfonds, they contained 16,500 square meters leasable area.
A portfolio of big box retail assets were acquired through several transactions. Pro-active asset management increased value.
A portfolio of offices and warehouses in Stockholm was managed on behalf of Merrill Lynch. Active leasing and property development led to stabilized portfolio cash flow and enhanced value.
Four shopping malls were acquired in the Stockholm area during 2000-2004. Value was created by expansion and pro-active management.