New Manager at Castellum Danmark A/S

Denmark Denmark After approximately 2,5 years as head of DEAS A/S real estate activity Bettina Lange now returns to the investment side as Castellum Danmark A/S’ new regional manager, a position that she takes over from Thomas Wenzell Olesen who resigned at the end of March.

2017-05-05

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Together with Castellum’s experienced team,  Bettina Lange will further develop the business in Denmark with a focus on optimizing the property portfolio and growth. Castellum was established in Denmark 2011 under the name Briggen. During the summer of 2016 Castellum, the owner of Briggen, bought Norrporten – one of the largest transactions in the Nordics. At the same time all of Castellum’s daughter companies were merged and are now run under the name Castellum.
 
Castellum in Copenhagen has recently moved to new office spaces in their own property Neroport in Ørestad.
 
“It will be nice to get back to Ørestad, since I have been working on that project in my earlier positions at hhv. C.W. Obel Ejendomme and NCC Property Development” says Bettina Lange.
 
In addition to this iconic property and the centrally located multi-purpose properties in Copenhagen, approximately half of Castellum’s portfolio in Denmark consists of properties in Søborg, Albertslund, Tåstrup and Glostrup. Castellum’s focus lies on offices for one or more tenants as well as industry and logistics properties, that will also be the company’s strategic investment area in the future.
 
“We are really happy that we get to work with  Bettina Lange in Denmark” says Ola Orsmark, CEO at Castellum Region Syd.
 
“Her long experience and deep insight in the Danish real estate market, on the investment side as well as the development side, perfectly matches Castellum’s ambitions of growth in Copenhagen”.
 




Maria Olsson Äärlaht
maria@lokalnytt.se
fastighetssverige.se




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