• CapMan acquires old Carlsberg property in Copenhagen

    Denmark CapMan fund CapMan Nordic Real Estate II has acquired a industrial property in Copenhagen development district Carlsbergsbyen. The property is undergoing refurbishment and will serve as a modern office building in the future.

  • Kristian Krogh joins Thylander Gruppen as CEO

    Denmark Danish PE outfit, Thylander Gruppen has snatched Kristian Krogh from Niam to the position of CEO. He will enter his new position on May 1st.

  • Patrizia swoops Danish waterfront property

    Denmark German real estate investment company Patrizia Immobilien acquires a waterfront residential property in the Tegelholmen district in Copenhagen. The 6,672 sq.m. 71 apartment property is acquired on behalf of Patrizia’s fund Wohn-Invest Europa I.

  • Yet another Danish deal for Heimstaden

    Denmark Heimstaden has acquired a portfolio of residential properties in Copenhagen and Fredriksberg for DKK 365 million. The properties were sold by pension fund PBU and the portfolio comprises 13,165 sq.m.

  • Colliers: Challenges ahead in 2019

    Denmark In the Danish market, 2018 ended in a positive note with a number of deals being closed. However, the market will face challenges in 2019, warns Peter Winther, CEO of Colliers Denmark.

  • Heimstaden hires CIO from Colliers

    Denmark Christian Fladeland has decided to leave his position at Colliers Denmark to join Heimstaden as Chief Investment Officer. He has been with Colliers, previously Sadolin Albæk, for the past 12 years and was the youngest among the company’s 13 partners in Denmark.

  • Skanska divests 670 million DKK hotel

    Denmark Skanska has divested a hotel in Copenhagen to City Danmark A/S, a vehicle created by Pareto Securities. The property is valued at 670 million DKK.

  • Korean AM in high-profile 1.2 billion DKK deal

    Denmark South Korean asset manager AIP Asset Management has made its first investment in the Nordic property market as it acquired the headquarters of Danish pharmaceutical giant Novo Nordisk in Søborg, south of Copenhagen, for 1.2 billion DKK.

  • Blackstone invests close to 1 billion DKK in Danish residentials

    Denmark DK Resi 2018 Propco III, a subsidiary of Blackstone, has acquired a portfolio of 424 apartments and 15 commercial units from Danish fund Frederiksberg Boligfond.

  • Newsec advises on sale of 400 million DKK portfolio

    Denmark Newsec has completed the sale of the so-called Silvan portfolio in Denmark, a portfolio consisting of 18 retail properties and one plot of land, located across Denmark with the majority in the Copenhagen area.

  • Niam buys 131 Danish apartments

    Denmark Niam has acquired a portfolio of seven residential properties consisting of a total of 131 rental apartments in cities Odense and Nyborg on Danish island Funen.

  • ATP Ejendomme CEO steps down

    Denmark ATP Ejendomme CEO Michael Nielsen steps down with immediate effect. He will be replaced by his deputy, CFO Martin Vang Hansen, Estate Media reports.

  • Klövern invests 174 million DKK in Copenhagen

    Denmark Klövern has acquired an office property in Nordhavn, Copenhagen. The transaction is made based on an underlying property value of 174 million DKK. The property has a lettable floor area of 6,000 sq.m. and it has a current vacancy rate of 95 per cent.

  • NREP buys food court – plans new hotel

    Denmark Nordic fund manager NREP has acquired Westmarket, a Copenhagen food court, for an undisclosed amount. The food court was closed last August by its previous owner, Estate Media reports, and NREP’s plan is to convert it into a hotel.

  • Balder invests 250 million DKK in housing

    Denmark Balder has acquired building rights for 127 residential apartments in Danish city Hillerød. It is the company’s first acquisition outside Copenhagen

  • Heimstaden and NREP in 1,1 million DKK deal

    Denmark Heimstaden expands its Danish operations further by acquiring a portfolio of eight residential properties from NREP. The purchasing price amounts to a little over 1,1 billion DKK. The properties consist of 377 flats and five commercial spaces, with a total area of 38,000 sq.m.

  • Gefion planning bid on Victoria Properties

    Denmark Danish property developer Gefion Group is planning a tender offer to acquire all shares in listed property manager Victoria Properties and thus take the backdoor into the listed sphere.

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