“Copenhagen Has Enjoyed Tremendous Growth over the Last Decade”

Denmark Denmark — By & Havn's new Real Estate Director Henrik Steenstrup on his new role, his take on the Copenhagen market and the most important tasks, going forward.

“Valby Stand Out as an Investment Theme for Many”

Denmark Denmark — Keystone serve as operating partner for cross border investors in Denmark. COO Mette Eriksen tells Nordic Property News about the new hot area in Copenhagen and why international investors are attracted to the Danish capital at the moment.

How Niam Will Develop the Landmark in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Niam's CEO Fredrik Jonsson on the largest deal of the year in Denmark and the challenges that come with the acquisition of Copenhagen Towers.

Niam Acquires Office and Hotel Complex in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Niam has acquired Copenhagen Towers, the landmark office and hotel complex located in Ørestad, 10 minutes south of Copenhagen city.

How the Investment Giant Wants to Grow in Denmark

Denmark Denmark — Eva Granlund, Head of Nordic Real Estate Investment at Schroders, on why the Valby area in Copenhagen will bring several benefits in the future, where to invest in Denmark, going forward and the potential of the Copenhagen market.

Keystone and Europa Capital Sells Office Portfolio in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Europa Capital, in partnership with Keystone Investment Management, announces that it has completed the sale of a six building office portfolio in the Copenhagen suburb of Valby.

Why the Credit Rating Is More Important than Growth for Akelius

Nordic — The residential giant Akelius' CEO Pål Ahlsén on why the company continues to divest, which Nordic markets are most interesting to invest in and how the five-year rent freeze in Berlin affects Akelius.

Blackstone’s Latest Recruitment: ”Copenhagen Holds Attractive Investment Opportunities”

Denmark Denmark — Blackstone’s residential platform in Denmark, 360 North, has a new CFO. Ole Markussen tells Nordic Property News about having Blackstone as an owner, future investments and the development of the Danish real estate market.

Why Koncenton Is Looking for Investment Opportunities Outside Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Danish residential developer Koncenton’s Head of Investment, Oliver Peters, on the latest purchase outside Copenhagen and which cities they will focus their investments to, going forward.

Wihlborgs Lets a Further 25,000 Square Meters in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Wihlborgs has signed leases for a total of 25,000 square meters with tenants moving to new Wihlborgs premises in the autumn. The combined rental value of the agreements is slightly more than DKK 19 million.

Jeudan’s CEO: “Lack of Attractive Investment Opportunities”

Denmark Denmark — The Danish listed real estate company Jeudan’s CEO Per Wetke Hallgren on the H1 result and why the revenue was lower in the first half of 2019 than previous years.

Alma Property Partners’ Nordic Strategy

Nordic — Alma Property Partners' founder and CIO Simon de Château on what the opening of the office in Copenhagen will entail, what segments the company is targeting in the Nordic countries and what the recruitment of Hüseyin Meric will bring.

How Wihlborgs Will Become the Best in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — Swedish real estate giant Wihlborgs' CEO Ulrika Hallengren tells Nordic Property News about the importance of collaboration with other investors in Denmark and Sweden and whether it is important to be the biggest property owner in Copenhagen.

Copenhagen Capital in Due Diligence – Acquires Centrally Located Property

Denmark Denmark — Copenhagen Capital has entered into a binding agreement to purchase the property Læderstræde 11A and 11B, 1201 Copenhagen K, on September 30, 2019.

Copenhagen Capital’s Future Investment Targets

Denmark Denmark — CEO of Copenhagen Capital, Lars Falster, on the Copenhagen market: “The prices are at a historically high level.”

Niam Divests Residential Portfolio to Heimstaden

Denmark Denmark — Niam has agreed to sell a residential portfolio located in three locations in Greater Copenhagen and Zealand, Denmark, to the listed real estate company Heimstaden.

“There Is Not Enough Affordable Housing in the Larger Cities”

Denmark Denmark — The retiring CEO of the Danish Public Housing Association, DAB, Niels Olsen on the development on the Danish housing market over the years, the biggest challenges and what he will do next.

Klövern Divests on the Logistics Market: How the Real Estate Giant Will Readjust

Nordic — Klövern's Head of Transaction Peeter Kinnunen on the latest major divestment, why the company does not invest that much in logistics and the successful Danish entrance.

"The Danish Housing Market Is Still Strong"

Denmark Denmark — AG Gruppen’s CEO Robin Feddern tells Nordic Property News about the background to the new name, where the company’s investment focus is and the great interest in Denmark from foreign investors.

Why the Danish Giant Has Been Focusing on Divestments

Denmark Denmark — Jeudan's CEO Per Wetke Hallgren tells Nordic Property News about the year of divestments, the large Copenhagen acquisition and prerequisites for further purchases in the Danish capital. "We think the office market in Copenhagen is interesting."

The Real Estate Giant's Investment Plans for Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — The Swedish listed real estate company Wihlborgs' CEO Ulrika Hallengren explains what is required to continue to grow in Denmark and why Sweden is a more favorable market.

The Largest Hotel Investments in the Nordics

Nordic — Nordic Property News lists the largest deals in the Nordic hotel market during Q1 2019. One country stands out.

"Many Swedes Have Struggled in Denmark"

Denmark Denmark — Just one year after the entry, Klövern has no vacancies in Denmark. CEO Rutger Arnhult tells Nordic Property News what it is like to do business with Danes, why they were waiting to enter the market and what Klövern is aiming for in Denmark.

Why Deka Returns to Denmark

Denmark Denmark — The German real estate asset manager Deka Immobilien acquired an office project in Copenhagen. Carolin Glück, Head of Acquisitions and Sales Nordics, comments on why they are returning to Denmark and whether more investments are to come.

NCC Sells Office Project in Copenhagen

Denmark Denmark — NCC is divesting the Flintholm II office project, the head office of the consultancy EY in Copenhagen, to the German real estate asset manager Deka Immobilien for approximately SEK 460 million (EUR 43 million).