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castellum

A reservoir, often of architectural nature, at the end of an aqueduct, for distributing the water into various channels.
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of office space, centrally located in the vicinity of Castellum's existing office buildings in the city.
The six properties in Linkoping comprise 67,000 square metres of office space, centrally located in the vicinity of Castellum's existing office buildings in the city.
Reportedly, in recent years, Castellum has tripled the property value of its real estate portfolio within the office and logistics segments and is looking at strong growth going forward in the segment for versatile office-space, as well as the logistics segment, which is driven by increased e-commerce.
Castellum sees the acquisition as a unique possibility to further propel the expanding logistics market in Gothenburg.
Castellum added that the sales price is on a level with the latest asset valuation.
Reportedly, at Castellum AB's Annual General Meeting, held on 22 March 2018, it was resolved that the election committee for the Annual General Meeting 2019 should consist of the chairman of the board of directors and a member appointed by each of the three largest ownership registered or otherwise known shareholders, as on the last trading day of August 2018.
Castellum, which has already owned a number of neighbouring properties for some time, plans to join the city of Stockholm and other property-owners in the area to create a big-picture concept for all of Torsgatan.
Since November 2015, Olsen has been part of group management with overall responsibility for the development of Castellum's property portfolio.