• AXA IM acquires EUR 174 million resi portfolio in Copenhagen

    Denmark In the largest transaction of the year in the Danish market, AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets have acquired a residential portfolio in Copenhagen for EUR 174 million.

  • WeWork to open Copenhagen facility in 2020

    Denmark Coworking giant WeWork has signed a lease agreement for 7,500 sq.m. in Copenhagen’s meat packing district (Kødbyen) where it will open its first Danish operation mid-2020.

  • Jeudan acquires Copenhagen properties for DKK 510 million

    Denmark Danish listed property company Jeudan has made a DKK 510 million investment in central Copenhagen, bringing the total value of the company’s property stock to almost DKK 25 billion.

  • SBB Norden makes first investments in Denmark

    Denmark SBB Norden continues the cross-border expansion of its operations. The company has signed a declaration of intent to acquire six properties in the Copenhagen and Aarhus regions.

  • Blackstone buys Danish local partner

    Denmark Blackstone has announced the acqusition of its local partner 360 North in Denmark. In a press release the private equity giant writes that its residential real estate platform will continue to build on the 360 North team’s deep knowledge of the local market and its track record.

  • NCC receives SEK 1.5 billion order in Copenhagen

    Denmark NCC has been contracted to build 233 new residential units on the artificial island Kronløbsøen outside Copenhagen. The development is commissioned by Kronløbsøen Projekt P/S.

  • CapMan acquires resi project in Denmark

    Denmark CapMan, on behalf o fits fund CapMan Real Estate II, has acquired a residential property under development in Risskov in the northern parts of Denmark’s second city Aarhus. The seller is DOMIS and the price is undisclosed.

  • CapMan hires investment director in Denmark

    Denmark Finland based Nordic asset manager CapMan has hired Robert Feldt to the position of investment director in Denmark. According to a press release from CapMan, he brings a vast experience from real estate transactions to the company. He joins CapMan from his own advisory company Exeldt Advisory.

  • Transfers assets worth SEK 16 billion to subsidiary

    Denmark In addition to acquiring a large portfolio in the Netherlands, Heimstaden has transferred assets in Sweden and Denmark worth SEK 16.2 billion to its subsidiary Heimstaden Bostad.

  • Deka buys EY headquarters in Denmark for DKK 335 million

    Denmark Deka Immobilien acquires the office development project Flintholm II in Fredriksberg, Copenhagen, from NCC for DKK 335 million. Upon completion, the property will house the Danish head offices of EY.

  • Wihlborgs makes profitable divestment in Copenhagen

    Denmark Wihlborgs has divested a pair of properties in Copenhagen to Viscop Eiendomsselskab for SEK 310 million. The office properties Glentevej 61-65 and Glentevej 67-69 have a total LFA of 17,400 sq.m.

  • New Head of Newsec Advisory in Denmark

    Denmark Morten Jensen has been appointed new head of Newsec Advisory in Denmark. He replaces Henrik Lyngskjold who leaves the company after 12 years.

  • Aberdeen Standard buys residential property in Copenhagen

    Denmark Aberdeen Standard Investments has acquired a residential property comprising 8,902 sq.m. divided on 97 rental flats in Valby Maskinfabrik in the outskirts of Copenhagen. The seller is Europa Capital

  • Copenhagen market yielded 8.9 per cent in 2018

    Denmark Property investments in the Greater Copenhagen area vastly outperformed both stock and bond markets in 2018, according to new data from Colliers. In total, property investments in the Danish capital metropolitan area yielded 8.9 per cent last year, Colliers estimates.

  • Heimstaden’s Copenhagen shopping spree continues

    Denmark Heimstaden keeps buying residential properties in Denmark. Its latest acquisition is a DKK 336 million residential development project on Islands Brygge in the Danish capital. The seller is Danish company Bach Gruppen.

  • Allianz and CBRE GI buy SEK 4 bln logistics portfolio

    Denmark Allianz Real Estate and CBRE Global Investors have acquired a Nordic logistics portfolio entailing eight logistics properties in Sweden and Denmark. The portfolio has a total value exceeding SEK 4 billion and lettable floor area exceeding 400,000 sq.m. and a weighted average lease term of approximately 12 years, to blue-chip tenants.

  • Korean AIP looking for more investments in Denmark

    Denmark As reported by Fastighetsnytt just before Christmas, Korean asset manager AIP Asset Management recently made its first investment in Denmark when they bought the Novo Nordisk headquarters for DKK 1.2 billion. Now, AIP is looking to invest an additional DKK 1.5 billion into Danish brick and mortar.

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