Vectura is a real estate company that is owned by Patricia Industries, part of Investor AB. Vectura focuses on the community service, office and hotel real estate segments. We have a deep understanding of our customers’ businesses and needs. We have a long-term commitment and strive to be our tenants’ preferred property partner.
Vectura was founded in late 2012. Our largest customers include Aleris, Grand Hôtel and Investor AB.
We facilitate the development of our customers’ operations through our innovative, sustainable and carefully tailored properties. Vectura manages all steps in the property value chain, from land acquisition to property development and management.
Our objective is to develop, manage and own innovative and sustainable property solutions - we do not have an exit strategy.
We are a real estate company that facilitates the development of our tenants’ operations by providing the right prerequisites with our properties. We manage all steps in the property value chain, from land acquisition to property development and management.
By being active in a limited number of property segments, we can focus on supporting value creation for our customers. We know our tenants and their operations well. We work in close partnership with our tenants to foster the appropriate environment in our properties. Working in partnership generates mutual advantages, but first and foremost enables our tenants to focus on their core businesses. We manage all steps in the property value chain, from land acquisition to property development and management.
Our business concept is to develop, manage and own innovative and sustainable property solutions - we do not have an exit strategy.
Our long-term focus is on developing sustainable, well-adapted and innovative property solutions in which current and future tenants can develop and prosper for many years.
Our ambition is, in close co-operation with our community service clients, to develop the next generation of nursing homes, enhancing quality and efficiency in the care of the elderly.
We are a long-term partner – we own to retain and develop. We stand for reliability, sustainability, quality and responsibility.
We are driven by continuous improvement, which is why we actively seek new, progressive solutions to help ensure that our premises are sustainable and that our tenants remain satisfied over time.
We are solutions-oriented and focused on our tenants, striving always to minimize the time between words and results.
We are a development partner for our tenants and work with them closely over the long term. We care about people and their needs, which is why we are engaged in our tenants’ requirements and seek to contribute to the development of their operations through our real estate solutions.
Vectura is a long-term owner and operator with close and longstanding customer relationships. We believe that lasting relationships with our partners lead to sustainable environmental, social and economic solutions that contribute to society in general.
We work unceasingly to maintain high standards in our operations and properties from an environmental, economic, ethical and social perspective.
Part of our approach involves actively seeking out progressive, new solutions that contribute to sustainable environments.
Vectura is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Patricia Industries, part of Investor AB. Investor AB was founded by the Wallenberg family a hundred years ago.
Please find below a selection of our established properties and current projects in the segments where we operate:
We manage and own several care facilities in Sweden, a hospital in Denmark and additional care facilities are in the pipeline. We maintain close collaboration with healthcare and care services provider Aleris, as well as with municipalities, to develop the next generation of care facilities.
Our ambition is to develop properties that are sustainable, innovative and comfortable, both inside and out, aiming to enhance the quality of life of residents, relatives, staff and the community.
In co-operation with Aleris a “MerHem” comprising a nursing home with 54 residential places and an elderly residency with 42 apartments was established in the center of Simrishamn in December 2014.
Our nursing home Halmstad Plaza in Halmstad was established in February 2015. Alike several of our other care facilities Halmstad Plaza was developed in close co-operation with Aleris.
In October 2016 Vectura signed a land transfer agreement with the municipality of Sigtuna. The agreement relates to a property where we plan to establish a nursing home and elderly residence in an expansion area just outside the city of Sigtuna. The premises will be designed in line with the vision of the area where small scale, security and varied buildings are key.
In co-operation with Peab we have reached an agreement to establish a new nursing home comprising 54 residents in Partille, outside Gothenburg. Aleris will be tenant with start from 2019.
The construction of nursing home Tule Plaza located at “Tuletorget” in Sundbyberg is expected to be finished by year-end 2017. Aleris will be tenant of the nursing home comprising 63 apartments distributed over 6 floors.
We own and manage the Grand Hôtel property in Stockholm. Grand Hôtel is a five-star hotel, imposing high demands on the facility. We are proud to manage and develop this property together with the Grand Group.
Vectura owns and manages the property Blasieholmen 54, known as Grand Hôtel.
In the office segment, we own and manage the properties where Investor AB and other companies are located. Within this business area, we are currently developing a new and innovative office concept on the roof of the Royal-property, adjacent to the Grand Hôtel.
In the Royal-property, which opens to Blasieholmsgatan, we are currently building a new and innovative office concept in 3 floors to be ready in 2018.
At Blasieholmen in the city center of Stockholm, Vectura owns and manages the premises of e.g. Investor AB’s headquarters.
(Jacob Torell, CEO Next Step Group, Susanne Ekblom, CEO Vectura Fastigheter, Jan-Olof Jacke, Sweden CEO AstraZeneca, Photo: Fredrik Persson)
The plans were presented during a press conference on Thursday along with the Mayor of Mölndal, the municipality in the Greater Gothenburg area were the new Life Science Cluster will be established. The plan is to develop 100 000 sqm of commercial space and innovative workplaces.
“This project includes so much more than new office space. The vision for this new Science Park with tomorrow’s innovative workplaces will benefit not just this area but will strengthen Sweden’s competitiveness. In Mölndal we have worked hard to promote investment and enable collaboration between different players in research, innovation and development. I am therefore very pleased that we now are on our way to make this very important Science Park a reality, "says Marie Östh Karlsson, the Mayor of Mölndal.
High ambition level Vectura Fastigheter is a long-term investor in a strong expansive phase. The parent company, Patricia Industries, is a part of Investor AB which has a strong ties to the healthcare sector, medical technology and the pharmaceutical industry.
"Our objective is to develop a Life Science Cluster of the highest international standard. To succeed we will create synergies between R&D, health care providers, academics and business," says Susanne Ekblom, CEO at Vectura Fastigheter.
Extensive dialogue and close collaboration Next Step is a property developer who has gained recognition by running urban development projects with extensive dialogue, transparency and close collaboration with all stakeholders.
"We will literally be breaking new ground when we build the new Science Park. With our in-depth understanding of what both companies and working professionals demand, we will be able to offer world class competitive content. By prioritizing working professionals before buildings, we will be able to attract the world's most promising talents to Sweden and Gothenburg, "says Jacob Torell, CEO at Next Step Group.
International architectural firm The shared objective is to transform the current site and its surrounding area into a working environment of the highest standards. This in order to attract both leading companies within Life Science and the world's most promising talents to Sweden.
To achieve this, the internationally renowned Danish urban research and design consulting firm Gehl has been recruited. Gehl's work has been highlighted worldwide, not least in New York where they transformed parts of Broadway and Time Square and reclaimed the area from a traffic to people.
"The time for flashy skyscrapers with corner offices is over. Industries who dependent on innovation and creative thinking must have a working environment where experts in different areas can flourish and easily meet and interact with each other. Stanford University is a good example of why such working environments are important. The University is home to 32 Nobel Prize laureates and the campus facilities, which encourage meetings and interaction between people of different fields, has been credited as an important ingredient to their success. We want to create this type of climate for those who will work here in the future," says David Sim Creative Director at Gehl Architects.
AstraZeneca continues to play a central role in the area AstraZeneca's facility in Gothenburg is one of the company's three strategic research sites. In 2016, about SEK 15 billion was invested in research and development. The company's total R&D investments last year amounted to USD 5.9 billion (approximately SEK 48 billion).
"We strongly believe in the development of a Life Science Cluster in the region. It would provide very good opportunities to increase cross-fertilization, innovation and competitiveness. The innovation chain is important for AstraZeneca and our ambition is to be a hub of one of the world's leading Research Clusters.To succeed, it is critical for us to attract key international talents to the Gotnehburg region and have high-level cooperation. Therefore, we are very pleased that Vectura Fastigheter and Next Step share this vision and will develop a world leading Life Science Cluster, "says Jan-Olof Jacke, CEO at AstraZeneca Sweden.
Construction is planned to start in 2019 and the Science Park will be built in several phases over a ten year period. The first tenants are planned to move in 2021 and by 2030 the area is estimated to create7 000 new workplaces.
For more information please contact
CEO Susanne Ekblom
Phone: +46 (0)70 836 07 85
CEO Jacob Torell
Phone: +46 (0)70 622 23 35
On August 25, ground was broken for the upcoming construction of a new nursing home for 63 residents at Tuletorget in Sundbyberg. The construction is being carried out by Byggpartner in close cooperation with Vectura and the tenant-care provider Aleris. The facility is scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter of 2017.
Vectura Fastigheter AB Arsenalsgatan 8b SE-103 32 Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone: +46 300 - 323 500
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