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Castellum appoints new Managing Director for operations in Stockholm, Uppsala and Gävle

Castellum has expanded its team in Stockholm, Uppsala and Gävle. The company has appointed Martin Bjöörn as the new Managing Director for its operations in the three cities, where he will take responsibility for an existing real estate portfolio of over 126 office and logistics buildings, worth approx. c. €150 million (SEK 1.6 billion) in leasing revenues. Bjöörn arrives most recently from his position as Property Director, Sweden for Eurocommercial Properties.


“I’m pleased to welcome Martin Bjöörn to Castellum, and to his new role of managing operations in Stockholm, Uppsala and Gävle. These three cities – in particular, Stockholm – constitute a key market for us and an area where we’re planning further major investments. Martin Bjöörn’s fine performance in his current position convinces me that he will be a significant resource for us," says Henrik Saxborn, CEO Castellum AB.

Bjöörn has 15 years’ experience from leading positions at the European Eurocommercial Properties company, keeping a focus on analytics, development projects, leasing, property management and transactions. He has also worked with Jones Lang LaSalle and holds a Master of Science in Engineering (MSE).

Martin Bjöörn joins Castellum as Managing Director for its operations in Stockholm, Uppsala and Gävle.
“Castellum is a well-run company which demonstrates strong growth and high ambitions. Add to that a strong brand presence and Castellum’s position as the most sustainable company in the Nordic countries. I’m really looking forward to being along in developing operations from a long-term standpoint, focusing on one of Europe’s fastest-growing regions,” says Martin Bjöörn.

Bjöörn will join Castellum’s Executive Management Group, and report to the CEO. He will assume his new role in November.