PKA brings real estate projects forward

The pension company is also maintaining all plans for new real estate investments. "We are happy that some of our colleagues in the industry have made similar decisions," the head of real estate says.

Nikolaj Stampe, head of real estate at PKA. | Photo: PR/PKA

One of Denmark's largest pension funds is following in the footsteps of several other players in Danish real estate and moving several real estate projects forward.

"As long-term real estate investors, we have the opportunity to contribute to keeping the economy moving in this very difficult situation. We are therefore looking at all of the opportunities in our real estate portfolio to bring forward planned maintenance work, so we can actively contribute to keeping service businesses busy," says Nikolaj Stampe, head of real estate at PKA, in a statement released on Friday morning.

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