“Denmark by Far the Most International Nordic Property Market”

Denmark Denmark — Mikael Söderlundh, Head of Research and Partner at Pangea Property Partners, summarizes the transaction year of 2019 in each Nordic country. Today: Denmark.

Genesta Sells Prime Office Property in Copenhagen for EUR 190 Million

Denmark Denmark — Genesta sells the prime office property Kalvebod Brygge 32 in central Copenhagen for DKK 1 420 million (EUR 190 million) on behalf of Genesta Nordic Real Estate Fund II (GNRE Fund II) to the Swedish listed real estate company Klövern.

Next Year's Targets in Copenhagen for Klövern

Denmark Denmark — CEO Rutger Arnhult: ”Acquisitions are always difficult to predict.”

The Norwegian Investor: ”We Like the Danish Atmosphere”

Denmark Denmark — KLP Eiendom’s CEO Gunnar Gjørtz on the major acquisition in Copenhagen and in which cities they want to expand their portfolio, across Europe.

KLP Purchases Office Property in Copenhagen for DKK 1.4 Billion

Denmark Denmark — The property is spread over six floors, plus two basements, and has a rental area of ​​approx. 38,000 sqm. It is fully leased with Deloitte as sole tenant.

Gefion’s Investment Targets in Copenhagen: “A Very Busy Year”

Denmark Denmark — Gefion Group’s CEO Thomas Færch tells Nordic Property News about the joint venture with the US investment bank Goldman Sachs, how many projects they will deliver next year and his view on the Copenhagen market.

Copenhagen Capital’s Targets for 2020

Denmark Denmark — The Danish investment company’s CEO Lars Falster: “The range of interesting properties is not great.”

Balder Denmark’s Expansion Plans

Denmark Denmark — Flemming Joseph Jensen, CEO of the property giant Balder’s Danish operations: “We focus on several exciting housing projects in the metropolitan area.”

How 'The Blackstone Act' Can Affect the Danish Residential Market

Denmark Denmark — The Housing Regulations Act in Denmark, called 5.2, is very debated and changes in the law is suggested from the government. CBRE’s Managing Director Per Alexandar Weinreich tells about the possible changes in the paragraph that may change the real estate market, going forward.

The German Investor’s Targets in the Nordics

Nordic — Jörg Laue, Patrizia's Head of Transactions Nordics: “We are very actively looking at deals in Sweden, Denmark and Finland.”

Next Year's Largest Hotel Projects in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Nordic Property News presents the most extensive hotel projects that will be completed next year in the Nordic capitals. Today: Copenhagen.

Skanska Invests DKK 585M in Copenhagen Project

Denmark Denmark — Skanska invests DKK 585 million, about SEK 830 million, in the second phase of the mixed-use project Ørestad City in Copenhagen.

How KLP Wants to Grow in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Gunnar Gjørtz, CEO of KLP Eiendom: “We are underweighted in Denmark.”

Jeudan’s CEO: “A Lower Level of Activity”

Denmark Denmark — The Danish listed real estate company Jeudan’s CEO Per Wetke Hallgren on the Q3 figures and potential real estate investments in Denmark, going forward.

Ekistics Aims for More Investments in the Nordics

Denmark Denmark — Axel Waldecker, Managing Director of the UK Investor: “Copenhagen is one of the top cities in Europe.”

Skanska Signs Lease at CPH Highline in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Skanska has signed an 8-year lease with GlobalConnect A/S for 9,250 square meters and 115 parking spaces at the office complex CPH Highline in Copenhagen.

“We Are Seeing Increasing Attention in Denmark”

Denmark Denmark — Another global player has entered the Danish real estate market. Niels Keergaard Christiansen, Partner at NCAP who advised the UK investor, Ekistics, in the acquisition of a multi let office/data centre in Ballerup, tells Nordic Property News about the increasing global interest in Denmark and why Ekistics was interested in this DKK 450 million project in Ballerup.

Global Investor Makes its Second Investment in Denmark

Denmark Denmark — Invesco in an off-market deal in central Copenhagen: “We are seeing an increasing demand from institutional investors for high quality and income producing residential projects.”

The Residential Challenges in Norway and Denmark

Nordic — Kristina Olsen, Bonava’s new Business Unit President of Bonava Denmark-Norway, tells Nordic Property News about her new role in Bonava, the importance of the Urbanium purchase and how much the residential developer want to grow in Denmark and Norway, going forward.

NREP: “We Are Actively Expanding the Office Portfolio”

Denmark Denmark — Toke Clausen, Investment Manager at NREP in Denmark, on the attraction of Copenhagen Science City and which areas in Copenhagen NREP aims for.

The Investment Strategy of Dreyers Fond

Denmark Denmark — After the divestment to NREP: Bo Rygaard, Director of Dreyers Fond, tells Nordic Property News on why the timing was right to sell and which areas that are the most interesting for investments, going forward.

NREP Purchases in Copenhagen Science City

Denmark Denmark — Titan Hus on Nørrebro gets a new owner. NREP has purchased the asset from Tatin and will now renovate and develop the property.

Where Invesco Is Looking for Future Investments

Denmark Denmark — After the Danish entry: Rob Johnston, Senior Director – Transactions, UK and Nordics at Invesco, tells Nordic Property News why Denmark attracted the global investor, the expansion plans in the country and which Nordic country they not will invest in.

“A Lot of Both Domestic and International Capital Available”

Denmark Denmark — Peter Winther, CEO of Colliers International Denmark, on the trends on the Danish Investment Market and whether the transaction volume will increase during the last quarter.

The Lowest Housing Rental Yields in 40 Years: “Rents Will Continue to Rise”

Nordic — Professor Thomas Beyerle, Head of Group Research at Catella, on the yields in the Nordic cities, which Nordic capital that has experienced the strongest percentage rental growth since 2015 and why the European yields will continue to fall.