Logicenters Acquires Facility in Brøndby

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Denmark Denmark Logicenters continues to strengthen its portfolio in the Danish market by the acquisition of a 17,400 sqm facility in the attractively located logistics hub of Br√łndby. The current tenant Mediq Danmark A/S will retain its business in the property.


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As a leading owner and developer of modern logistics facilities in the Nordic region, Logicenters continues to strengthen its portfolio by acquiring a 17,400 sqm property in Brøndby – a strategically important location in close proximity to Copenhagen.

The acquisition of the property at Kornmarksvej 15 in Brøndby contributes to the existing relationship between Logicenters and the tenant Mediq. The two have a long- standing corporation in Finland with Mediq as a valued customer, and with Logicenters’ acquisition of Kornmarksvej the relationship is further strengthened.

“We are delighted with the acquisition in Brøndby, as it is a strategically located asset in an area with bright prospects. We are also looking forward to expanding our cooperation with Mediq in Denmark, which is an existing customer in Finland”, says Anders Østergaard Hansen, Investment Manager at Logicenters.

“We were pleased to learn that the future landlord of our headquarters in Denmark is a long- term owner like Logicenters, and we look forward to working with Logicenters in the future”, says Ulrik Rokkedal Therkildsen, Managing Director at Mediq Danmark.

Financing has been provided by Spar Nord and NT Advokater acted as legal advisor.

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