Two words sum up the history of Areim: eventful and thriving. Our timeline begins in 2003, the year the company was founded in Stockholm, and we have since then opened offices across the Nordic region.
- Areim Fund IV closed.
- Areim acquires residential portfolio in Finland.
- Areim completes its first acquisition in Denmark.
- Areim opens London office.
- Areim acquires an office of 40 000 square meters in Stora Essingen in Stockholm.
- Areim acquires DN-Skrapan.
- Areim opens up an office in Oslo.
- Areim divests Brädstapeln 16 in Kungsholmen.
- Areim Finland acquires a property in Vallila, Helsinki.
- Board of the City Planning Office approves the proposal to develop the Brädstapeln block on Kungsholmen.
- Areim Fund III acquires 40 000 sqm in Marieberg.
- Areim Fund III acquires Gladan 4 on Kungsholmen.
- Areim and Blackstone make a recommended all cash offer for Sponda.
- Areim Fund I divests property in Kista.
- Strong brands choose Hansa in Malmö for their first establishment.
- Areim Fund II divests Chokladfabriken (Eken 6).
- Areim Fund III closed.
- Areim Fund III invests in Obligo portfolio.
- Areim starts a new development project in Kista in co-operation with Skanska.
- Areim divests 44 retail properties to Svenska Handelsfastigheter.
- Areim sells Gångaren 10, also called Lindhagensporten to Invesco.
- Areim acquires Brahelund 2, Solna Port.
- Areim acquires Chokladfabriken (Eken 6) in Sundbyberg.
- Areim acquires Trygg-Hansa building (Brädstapeln 16) on Kungsholmen.
- Infranode, Areim´s new platform for investments in infrastructure.
- Areim acquires Hansa in Malmö.
- Areim divests the Kista portfolio to Kungsleden.
- In July 2013, Areim’s second property fund, Areim Fund II, closes with a capital base of SEK 2.8 billion, guaranteed by six investors.
- As of September 2013, Therese Rattik is appointed CEO of Areim.
- Areim 50% owner of new residential development in Hammarby Sjöstad.
- Areim acquires the property, Lindhagensporten (Gångaren 10) on northwest Kungsholmen in Stockholm.
- During 2010 and 2011, Areim builds up a portfolio of retail properties in large and medium-sized Swedish towns.
- Areim launches its first property fund, Areim Fund I, with a guaranteed capital base of SEK 2.1 billions from three of the world’s largest institutional investors.
- The old post terminal building in Stockholm was demolished in order to start the development of Stockholm Waterfront. It was completed in 2011.
- Areim advised the Dutch property company ING Real Estate (today CBRE Global Investors) when establishing its Nordic Fund.
- Areim was founded in 2003 by Leif Andersson. The company started as a local operating partner in the Nordic countries for the Blackstone Group.