Hotels Fund energy transformation

The CapMan Real Estate Hotels fund has taken significant steps to transform its portfolio in a more sustainable direction. Between 2021 and 2022 the Fund was able to decrease its energy usage, intensity, CO2 emissions and GHG intensity – all amidst increasing occupancy rates in a market gaining speed post-pandemic. Read More

Norled – Innovations drive climate transition

Norled has a long tradition of innovation and creating sustainable solutions. In a world where climate change affects all continents and countries, they see that everyone should contribute to reducing emissions and adopting environmentally friendly solutions. At Norled, 2021 was a year of sustainable progress and innovations, while outlining a… Read More

KOO3 – Why it’s more climate-wise to renovate old than to build new

KOO3 on Kansakoulukatu 3 has undergone a comprehensive renovation over the past two years. The building now meets modern office standards both visually and technically while respecting its history. Modern life to culturally and historically valuable building CapMan acquired Kansakoulukatu 3 in September 2018 from the City of Helsinki and… Read More

Heron City – a green transition set in the busiest retail area of the Nordics

Real estate, such as office and residential buildings, shopping centres and warehouses, hold huge opportunities for sustainable transformations. Several actions have been taken to improve the liveability of the space and its value to the surrounding communities. Conscious and calculated improvements pushed this property to the next level and showed… Read More

Renewable and efficient energy use in Eskilstuna

Project Lock is the largest property in Sweden owned by CapMan’s funds. CapMan Nordic Real Estate II Fund acquired the multi-let office property, which served as ASSA ABLOY’s office and industrial facility, in a sale and leaseback transaction in 2018. The property is well-located in the main industrial area of… Read More