Hines Acquires Portland Towers Building in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Hines, the international real estate firm, has acquired the iconic Portland Towers building in the heart of Copenhagen, Denmark. The asset was purchased from three Danish pension funds; PFA, ATP and Pension Denmark on behalf of the Hines Pan-European Core Fund (HECF).

The German Investor: “Oslo Remains Difficult Due to Its Nature of NOK Currency”

Nordic — Matthias Brodesser, Head of Transaction Management International at Warburg-HIH Invest, tells Nordic Property News about the latest office acquisition in Finland, the Nordic targets for the company, and why Norway is not an investment target for the company.

“Denmark Has Been a Target for Areim for Quite a Few Years”

Denmark Denmark — Areim makes their first acquisition in Denmark with the purchase of a 5,800 sqm property on Strøget in central Copenhagen. Martin Svensson, Investments at Areim, tells Nordic Property News on the purchase, why Denmark is an interesting market, and possibilities in the office segment, going forward.

Global Investor Makes Another Danish Acquisition

Denmark Denmark — Foreign property company to develop 5,400 square meters of office space in the Danish capital.

After the Giant Deal in Central Copenhagen: More Large Transactions to Come

Denmark Denmark — Peter Winther, CEO of Colliers International Denmark: ”We expect a strong deal flow.”

Jeudan Is Looking for More Opportunities – Despite the Crisis

Denmark Denmark — Per W. Hallgren, CEO of Jeudan, tells Nordic Property News about the DKK 400 million investment in central Copenhagen, the H1 results, and what kind of investments they are looking for, going forward.

Gefion Group’s CEO: “The Market Has Rebounded Strongly”

Denmark Denmark — Thomas Færch, CEO of Gefion Group, tells Nordic Property News about the successful sale of the company’s student housing project, the current state of the Danish investment market and how much they will acquire, going forward.

The US Plans for the Attractive Copenhagen Quarter

Denmark Denmark — Hines has secured a major debt financing package for the Trinity Quarter redevelopment at Copenhagen’s Købmagergade. James Robson, Managing Director of the US investor Hines’ Nordic operations, tells Nordic Property News about the redevelopment plans and how the refinancing took place.

Record High Vacancies as Copenhagen Main Street Crisis Deepens

Denmark Denmark — More than 50 stores are empty or their spaces available for rental at Strøget and other Copenhagen main streets as the effects of the corona crisis are laid bare. John Hansen, CEO of Handelstandsforeningen for inner Copenhagen, tells NPN that the severity of the situation is unprecedented during his 45 years in the business.

Catella on Nuveen's Growing Interest in the Nordic market

Denmark Denmark — Catella were the advisors to Bach Gruppen in the €100 million sale of a premium student housing project in Copenhagen to global investors Nuveen. Morten Gustafson, Director of Catella Corporate Finance, tells all about the major deal and why the buyer is likely to do more business in Denmark and the rest of the Nordics.

Nuveen Real Estate Makes €100 Million Danish Investment Debut

Denmark Denmark — Nuveen Real Estate, one of the largest investment managers globally, has made a 100 million euro Danish investment debut with forward-commitment of 390-unit student accommodation in central Copenhagen.

Global Investor Makes a Residential Acquisition in West Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Makes an acquisition for an undisclosed amount of a c. 6,000 sqm residential investment in Valby, an established suburb in West Copenhagen. “The position from the international investors has changed during covid-19.”

Five Year Rent and Yield Development in the Nordic Capitals

Nordic — The office market worldwide is put through big challenges. But how has the rent and yield development been the last five years in the Nordic capitals? Nordic Property News lists the development in the office market.

“We See a Continued Strong Global Investment Demand”

Denmark Denmark — Peter Winther, CEO of Colliers International Denmark, shares his view on the Danish investment market, going into the second half of 2020.

The Real Estate Investor: “Where to Go to Get a Fair Risk Adjusted Return?”

Denmark Denmark — Last year he represented the most active investor on the Danish market. However, Oliver Peters has decided to leave his position as Investment Director at Koncenton. To Nordic Property News he shares the highlights during his time at the company, tells about his new assignment and future challenges in the Danish property industry.

Gefion Group’s Biggest Worry During the Pandemic

Denmark Denmark — Gefion Group’s CEO Thomas Færch on how the pandemic affects the Danish investment market, why Europa Capital is a reliable investor and whether the investment targets for 2020 have changed, due to the coronavirus.

Fresh Office Report: Higher Vacancy Rates to Expect in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — The shift towards a fluid workplace is accelerating. CBRE: “The uncertainty of the last few weeks has indeed given a new relevance to workplace agility.”

Despite the Crisis – the Global Interest for the Nordics Remains

Nordic — Sven Dahlin, Partner at the property adviser Nordanö: ”There is a large interest from Korean Investors.”

How the Government Has Supported the Danish Business Sector

Denmark Denmark — Nordic Property News has taken a look on how the Nordic governments support the business sector in general, and the real estate business in particular, day by day since the corona outbreak. Today: Denmark.

Copenhagen Capital: “We Expect Only a Minor Impact”

Denmark Denmark — Lars Falster, CEO of Copenhagen Capital, comments the recent Q1 figures and sees upcoming opportunities on the Danish investment market, despite the current crisis.

How the Danish Investment Market Will Bounce Back

Denmark Denmark — The shopping centres in Denmark are about to open again. Peter Winther, CEO of Colliers International Denmark, on whether this saves the real estate companies from bankruptcy, and how the transaction volume is affected, going forward.

CBRE’s Danish Transaction Expectations in 2020

Denmark Denmark — CBRE has just sold a logistics property at Copenhagen Airport to a global investor. Daniel Marthendal, Director Investment Properties at CBRE, tells about the Danish challenges in the property market and how the transaction volume this year will be affected, due to the global pandemic.

CBRE Sells WFS Logistics Property at Copenhagen Airport to Global Investor

Denmark Denmark — CBRE has just sold a logistics property at Copenhagen Airport on behalf of Worldwide Flight Services (WFS), which is owned by the private equity fund Cerberus. The property is located on a leasehold site with ‘first line’ access directly to the air cargo area and runways.

Here Is the Unique Pop-Up Hotel in Copenhagen: “Growing Trend”

Denmark Denmark — The Latvian based modular construction company Forta PRO’s CEO Martins Motivāns on how to construct a hotel in seven days, the benefits of using modular technique when global tourism is booming and during the current global pandemic.

How the Danish Office Investor Handles the Current Crisis

Denmark Denmark — Jeudan’s CEO Per Wetke Hallgren: ”We have received inquiries from customers who are experiencing a revenue decrease.”