The total floor area of ​​the property, located at Trekronergade 147-149 in Valby, is 9,465 sqm and is divided between 24 tenants, including the organic bakery chain Emmerys, Iron & Ink Tatoo Studios and the strategy agency Is It a Bird.

“This is a sought-after property in an extremely attractive location, which is only expected to improve. The forthcoming expansion of Ny Ellebjerg Station from 5,000 to 37,000 daily passengers, including the commissioning of the Sydhavnsmetro from 2024, will make the station Denmark's second largest. Thanks to Bech-Bruun, Colliers, Cowi and PwC for competent advice and sells the Bach Group Copenhagen for a constructive and efficient process,” says Niclas Milvertz, Senior Manager at Thylander.

Thylander Property Fund was established a few months ago in collaboration between Thylander and a number of selected investors. The fund, which is a so-called evergreen fund without a predefined end date, intends to build a solid real estate portfolio in the Capital Region, which can provide investors with a stable and long-term return. The fund will annually open for deposits from new investors.

The property on Trekronergade is so far the third in Thylander Property Fund, after buying well-located properties on Strandlodsvej, Amager and Sankt Kjelds Plads, Østerbro earlier this year.

"After 11 years of ownership and an ongoing development of the property, we are pleased with the sale to Thylander," says Anders Bo Bach, director of the Bach Group Copenhagen.

The seller has been advised by Acurra and Michael Sehested, CBRE.