These are Denmark’s Largest Shopping Centres

Field´s has the largest turnover of the Danish shopping centres. Image: Steen & Strøm.
Field´s has the largest turnover of the Danish shopping centres.

Denmark Denmark In their “Markeds Nyt 2015”, Colliers International has a list of the largest shopping centres in Denmark.

Waves is the largest to the leasable area, but Field’s has the largest turnover. The country’s largest shopping centre owner is Danica Ejendomme.

2015-03-18

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According to Colliers report, there are approximately 300 shopping centres in Denmark, of which 115 have a total area of more than 5,000 sqm.

With approximately DKK 2.75 billion, Steen & Strøms Fields in Ørestad, Copenhagen, has the largest turnover.

Dades Waves in Greve, south of Copenhagen is the largest to the leasable area, with approximately 78,000 sqm.

Danica Ejendomme is the countrys largest shopping centre owner, with approximately 19 percent of the countrys total shopping center area.


Denmarks largest shopping centres, leasable area:

1. Waves 78,000 sqm

2. Field´s 73,000 sqm

3. City 2 68,000 sqm

4. Kolding Storcenter 60,000 sqm

5. Rosengårdcentret 58,000 sqm

6. Rødovre Centrum 49,000 sqm

7. RO´s Torv 47,000 sqm

8. Fisketorvet 39,000 sqm

9. Aalborg Storcenter 38,000 sqm

10. Lyngby Storcenter 33,000 sqm

Source: Colliers

 

Denmarks largest shopping centres, turnover:

1. Field´s DKK 2.75 billion (€370M)

2. Aalborg Storcenter DKK 2.3 billion (€310M)

3. Rødovre Centrum DKK 2.1 billion (€280M)

4. Rosengårdcentret DKK 2.0 billion (€270M)

5. Kolding Storcenter DKK 1.8 billion (€240M)

6. Lyngby Storcenter DKK 1.75 billion (€230M)

7. Waves DKK 1.7 billion (€230M)

8. Fisketorvet DKK 1.5 billion (€200M)

9. Naestved Storcenter DKK 1.5 billion (€200M)

10. Bruun´s Galleri DKK 1.2 billion (€160M)

Source: Colliers

 

Denmarks largest shopping centre owners

1. Danica Ejendomme 19 percent (15 shopping centres)

2. Dades 16 (14)

3. Steen & Strøm 6 (3)

4. Dansk Supermarked 3 (2)

5. Ikea 3 (2)

Source: Colliers




Nicklas Tollesson
nicklas@nordicpropertynews.com




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