Intelligent Logistics Facilities

The Leader of Modern Logistics Properties in the Nordics

Logicenters is a leading provider of modern logistics properties in the Nordics with a presence in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland and over 1 million square meters of logistics space. We develop, re-develop and own modern logistics properties in virtually all key locations in the region. We are specialized in modern logistics , with all our properties meeting the high standards of quality, efficiency and flexibility demanded by world class logistics operations.

Logicenters was formed by NREP in 2015.



  • Properties: 35
  • Total area: ~ 1 million m2
  • Countries: Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway


NREP Logicenters welcomes Dachser, Bring and Bergendahls food as new tenants in Loviseberg, Stockholm and begins new development in Torsvik, Jönköping

July 7, 2016

NREP Logicenters, the leading developer and provider of modern logistics properties in the Nordics, announced today that it has signed three new lease agreements in Loviseberg, Stockholm and started a new development project in Torsvik, Jönköping The signing of the three new lease agreements in Loviseberg south of Stockholm is with leading logistics operators Dachser […]

NREP Logicenters acquires 25,000 sqm distribution centre in Kolding

May 8, 2016

NREP Logicenters acquires one of the largest logistics properties in Kolding, which is occupied by VELUX A/S and used as their central distribution centre for Europe. The property has an optimal location in Kolding by the highway intersection E45/E20. Lars Hansen, Investment Manager with NREP, comments: ”We are very satisfied with the acquisition of the […]

NREP Logicenters closes first acquisitions in Norway

March 1, 2016

NREP Logicenters, the leading provider and developer of modern logistics properties in the Nordics, announced today the acquisition of its first two properties in Norway. The two properties have a combined warehouse space of roughly 15,000 sqm and are located in Berger along the E6 highway between Oslo and the Gardermoen Airport. The properties were […]