ATP Real Estate is now entering the housing market, investing in a project to build 150 rental apartments, a hotel and a carpark in Ørestad in southeastern Copenhagen, according to EjendomsWatch, an AMWatch sister site.
ATP confirmed the plans in a press release on Thursday, saying a fast food restaurant is part of the plan.
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