ATP Ejendomme spends over EUR 130m in new Copenhagen district

The pension investor has made its first acquisition in the area by taking over five properties. According to an advisor, some investors are sticking to their strategies despite market turbulence.

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Denmark’s biggest pension companmy ATP has taken over five properties totaling 21,500 square meters in Copenhagen district Carlsberg Byen, the company reports in a press release.

The exact amount the pension fund has invested has not been revealed, but it is over DKK 1bn (EUR 134m). ATP highlights that long-term investments in Carlsberg Byen like this one are ”particularly attractive.”

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