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  1. At the initiative of Generation Pep, Fabege is teaming up with the City of Solna to construct three activity parks – or ‘Pep Parks’ – in Huvudsta, Arenastaden and Haga Park. The purpose of the parks is to provide children, young people and adults with the conditions for play, movement and daily exercise together.

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  2. The Municipal Executive Board in Solna has decided to proceed with the joint vision for the Solna Station area, which will mean greater accessibility to and from Arenastaden. The area will become a hub in which existing public transport – commuter trains, light rail and buses – will function alongside new public transport alternatives such as the underground, regional trains and the Arlanda Express, together with pedestrian, bicycle and car traffic.

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  3. Arenastaden is continuing to expand, and demand for hotel rooms now significantly outstrips supply, largely due to growth in Solna’s tourist and hospitality industry quadrupling since the opening of Friends Arena and Mall of Scandinavia. Fabege and Nordic Choice Hotels are now together investing in another hotel in Arenastaden to offer visitors to the district additional accommodation alternatives.

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  4. Via a jointly owned share investment club, Fabege’s management together has a joint shareholding in Fabege AB. The share investment club owns a total of 400,000 shares, of which the management holds 280,000 shares. In accordance with the share investment club’s statutes, the joint ownership has now been dissolved and the shares have been divested.

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  5. In April 2016, Fabege established an MTN programme of SEK 2bn subject to special conditions with regard to sustainability and the environment. In September 2017, Fabege extended the programme to SEK 5 bn. Now, Fabege has decided to further increase the framework to SEK 8bn. Updated prospectus is available on the company's website and is approved by Finansinspektionen  (Sweden's financial supervisory authority). The base prospectus is updated annually.

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  6. ICA Gruppen AB has signed a new 12-year agreement to rent the remaining area in the Signal 3 property. This rental agreement means that the property has now been fully rented out to ICA Group before it is even completed. The total annual rental value for the additional agreement amounts to approximately SEK 16m. The tenant will move in during the first quarter of 2019.

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  7. The Annual General Meeting in Fabege AB (publ) held on 9 April 2018 resolved to increase the total number of shares in the company by dividing each share into two shares (a so called 2:1 share split). The Board of Directors was authorised to decide the record day for the share split.

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  8. Fabege has sold the Resedan 3 property in Vasastan to Probitas. The sale is being made in the form of a company, with an underlying property value of SEK 215m. 

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  9. At the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Fabege AB on 9 April 2018, the shareholders approved the Board’s proposal for 2017, a dividend of SEK 4.50 per share. The record date for payment of the dividend was set at April 11, 2018. It is expected that the dividend will be paid through Euroclear Sweden AB on 16 April 2018.

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  10. At the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Fabege AB on 9 April 2018, the shareholders approved the Board’s proposal for 2017, a dividend of SEK 4.50 per share. The record date for payment of the dividend was set at April 11, 2018. It is expected that the dividend will be paid through Euroclear Sweden AB on 16 April 2018.

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  11. Fabege has signed a contract to sell the property Uarda 6 in Arenastaden to the open-ended real estate fund UniImmo: Europa by Union Investment. The Hamburg-based real estate investment manager has previously purchased two other properties in Arenastaden from Fabege. Subsequent to the sale, Fabege will administrate the property on behalf of Union Investment, as well as retaining customer relations responsibility and continuing to work with development in Arenastaden. The sale confirms once again how attractive the area has become to institutional investors.

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  12. North Alliance, a Nordic network of communication, design and tech agencies, is now collocating its operations in Fabege’s Apotekaren property, also known as Tulestationen, in Stockholm city centre. The green lease contract concerns approximately 3,800 sqm and extends for seven years.  North Alliance will take possession of the premises at the start of 2019.

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  13. The Swedish version of Fabege AB's Annual Report 2017 was published on the company’s website www.fabege.com on February 26, 2018, at 08:00 CET.

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  14. Each year, thousands of tonnes of fully functional building materials from offices are discarded. Fabege is now taking part in a research project that aims to increase the repurposing of materials that are in very good condition. 

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  15. What should a sedentary office worker eat to get the right amount of energy to last the entire day? Nutritional physiologist and writer Kristina Andersson gives us her top tips.

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  16. Fabege has today received an investment grade credit rating of Baa3, with a stable outlook, from Moody’s.

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  17. Ahead of the Annual General Meeting of Fabege AB (publ) on 9 April 2018, the Nominating Committee is hereby publishing its proposal regarding the Board Chair and other Board Members

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