The property on Ejby Industrivej in Glostrup, western Copenhagen, comprises 50,000 m² and since Danske Bank left the property in 2021, it has been further developed as a promising urban development project. Now the National Police of Denmark are taking over part of the premises under a three-year lease.
The property has direct access to the ring road and other motorway networks. The transportation links will improve further when the Greater Copenhagen Light Rail opens a new station right next door in 2025. Together with attractive planning permission opportunities, this means that there is extremely good potential for development.
“It is gratifying that we now have the National Police of Denmark as a tenant in our property on Ejby Industrivej, and that we’re simultaneously developing our partnership with the Danish state. The lease with the Danish Building and Property Agency means that we have plenty of time to find the best solution for the property, which has excellent development potential,” says Søren Kempf Holm, CEO of Wihlborgs A/S.
“Ejby Industrivej has a lot of potential thanks to its location and design. We are pleased to welcome the National Police of Denmark as a tenant here while we develop our long-term plans for the property,” says Ulrika Hallengren, CEO of Wihlborgs Fastigheter AB.