Heimstaden Continues to Grow in Copenhagen

Heimstaden buys in Valby. Image: Heimstaden
Heimstaden buys in Valby.

Denmark Denmark Heimstaden, through its Danish subsidiary Heimstaden Danmark A/S, has entered into an agreement to acquire housing in the Valby district of Copenhagen.

2018-02-19

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The property is purchased from Keystone Investment Management A/S. The acquisition includes a building containing 105 apartments that was built and completed in 2017.

The total surface amounts to about 9 500 square meters and the transaction value is around EUR 46M. 

"Valby is one of Copenhagen's most dynamic neighborhoods. We have in recent years managed to buy a lot of real estate in the area, which gives us the management benefits," says Magnus Nordholm, EVP Heimstaden.

Gorrissen Federspiel has been Heimstaden's advisor in the transaction.




Maria Olsson Äärlaht
maria@nordicpropertynews.com




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