Newsec acted as Stiftelsen Blomsterfonden's advisor in the Pohjolankatu real estate transaction

Folkhälsan and Stiftelsen Blomsterfonden have made a sale of a real estate located on Pohjolankatu in Helsinki, where Folkhälsan has operated as a tenant and service provider for ten years. Newsec acted as an advisor to the seller. Business will continue as before, focusing on housing, services and elderly care, but now Folkhälsan is both the owner and the service provider. In connection with the change of ownership, the name changes to Folkhälsan Kottby.

Newsec acted as an advisor to Stiftelsen Blomsterfonden i Helsingfors sr (later the Foundation) and prepared the necessary reports to create a strategy for improving the productivity of their real estate assets. The starting point was to find good alternatives for the Foundation financially and in terms of the Foundation's mission. Newsec assisted in the implementation and execution of the strategy. The final result was the sale of the nursing home located in Käpylä at a market price to its current tenant.

"Our collaboration with Newsec has gone smoothly. We've received good support and know-how from Newsec, but at the same time we've had enough room to maneuver, so that things and decisions have been implemented in accordance with our values and the spirit of the Foundation," says Anna Talasmäki, CEO, Stiftelsen Blomsterfonden.

"The project once again demonstrated Newsec's know-how and resources to implement the assignment from a broad perspective, utilizing our evaluation, real estate development, leasing and transaction expertise while listening to the client’s needs. It was a pleasure to work with a client who is very determined, but also flexible", says Kalle Jaskara, Director, Partner, MRICS, Commercial Brokerage, Newsec.

With the real estate transaction now completed, the Foundation ensures its continued existence as a non-profit provider of support services.

For more information, please contact:

Kalle Jaskara
Director, Partner, MRICS, Commercial Brokerage
+358 50 324 0404