Finnish and Danish asset management duo divests Copenhagen property to German investor in million euro transaction

After just four years' ownership, Finnish-Danish asset management duo divests real estate in Copenhagen shopping street in a transaction twice their buying price.

Finnish asset manager Capman and Danish Keystone Investment Management co-divest residential and retail property Købmagergade 25 in the heart of Copenhagen.

According to the Danish real estate register, the transaction price for the total 1,220 sqm amount to EUR 24m. The buying party is German investor Aachener Grundvermögen, which has invested on behalf of the German Catholic church since 1973.

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