Swedish investor: We are getting a sweet spot in Kolding

The Swedish private equity real estate firm Niam invests EUR 46 million in office real estate in the Danish town Kolding. Both the seller and buyer explain the deal, the price of which is slightly discounted. (Updated)

(Article udated at 11:45 a.m. with additional comments)

The Swedish private equity real estate firm Niam has purchased from several private investors four office properties located at Jupitervej 1, 2, 4 and 6 in the mid-size Danish town Kolding.

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