Toivo signed €41.9m agreement with Nuveen for resi development (FI)

Toivo signed €41.9m agreement with Nuveen for resi development (FI)

Toivo Group (Toivo) has signed a comprehensive agreement, comprised of a €41,85m and c. 141 apartment single-family home portfolio to Nuveen Real Estate (Nuveen). The contract is one of the most significant new apartment development and building contracts in Finland in the years 2023-2024.



The single-family home portfolio includes one finished asset and three other assets that are to be built, located in Helsinki, Espoo and Vantaa. The single-home family portfolio comprises detached, semi-detached and terraced houses, that combine private gardens, family home size, A-energy class and functional floor plans. Toivo will build these assets between the years 2025-2027.


“I am happy, that international institutional investors have found Finnish single-family homes to be an interesting investment class and want to lift Finnish family homes into the institutional investment category. I want to thank Nuveen for this significant contract, and I very much look forward to our collaboration,” said Markus Myllymaki, CEO of Toivo Group Plc.


Oscar Maltesen, Director, Nuveen Real Estate, said: “We remain convinced that occupier demand for single-family rentals will grow in the largest and most dynamic cities across the Nordics, and look forward to providing these high-quality assets to the Helsinki region. The region demonstrates particularly favourable underlying fundamentals and a highly dynamic rental market. We have already invested significantly in the nascent and undersupplied sub-sector in Denmark and will continue to seek new opportunities in key Nordic cities, with a focus on providing additional supply to the HMA. It has been a great pleasure to work with Toivo on this transaction and we look forward to the continued collaboration to deliver these houses to the rental market.


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