Brunswick and Pictet's new Danish subsidiary expands portfolio

Lindu Ejendomme, a subsidiary of the two foreign investors, has acquired another logistics property in Denmark, and the CIO says they are keeping an eye out for more assets.

Lindu Ejendomme has acquired Gydevang 25, Allerød. | Photo: Foto: Styrelsen for Dataforsyning og Effektivisering

Newly established real estate investor Lindu Ejendomme has acquired a storage and logistics facility north of Copenhagen. This was revealed by its parent firms, Brunswick Real Estate and Pictet Alternative Advisors.

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