Calum Erects 500 Apartments in Lindholm

Denmark Denmark The apartments encompass a total of 21,000 square meters and are located on Lindholm Brygge in Nørresundby, north of Aalborg.

2017-08-18

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Lindholm. Image: Calum
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The residential area will be finished in 2020.
 
“Lindholm Brygge is a very attractive area where will be able to offer the residents both a calm nature and a close proximity to the city,” says Jakob Axel Nielsen, CEO at Calum.
 
The project includes both townhouses and apartment buildings.




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