Samla Capital’s Acquisition of Historically Valuable Property in Helsinki

Castrén & Snellman advised Samla Capital Oy.

Samla Toimitilat II Ky and Samla Asunnot Ky managed by it acquired a historically valuable property complex located in Kruununhaka, Helsinki.

The property complex is comprised of three buildings built in 1885 and one built in 1930. The buildings have a total floor area of approximately 13,500 square metres. Three out of the four buildings will be renewed to an interesting international hotel with ancillary services. The fourth building at the address Liisankatu 8A will be renovated either for residential or hotel use.

Samla Toimitilat II Ky is an alternative investment fund that makes real estate investments in the 3-20 million euro size category in Finnish growth centers.

Samla Asunnot is an alternative investment fund that acquires ready cash flow sites and implements apartment development projects with high return potential.

Castrén & Snellman team Antti Kaakkola (Picture), Sampo Korpiola, Henri Monni, Lauri Ylönen and Mikko Alakare.

Involved fees earner: Mikko Alakare – Castrén & Snellman; Antti Kaakkola – Castrén & Snellman; Sampo Korpiola – Castrén & Snellman; Henri Monni – Castrén & Snellman; Lauri Ylönen – Castrén & Snellman;

Law Firms: Castrén & Snellman;

Clients: Samla Capital Oy ;