US asset manager makes major real estate acquisition in Copenhagen

The property is the asset manager's second acquisition at Grønttorvet, Copenhagen, and its third real estate transaction in Denmark during a ten-month period.

Aerial photo of Røllike Hus, just bought by Invesco, in Copenhagen neighborhood Grønttorvet. | Photo: PR / FB Gruppen

US asset manager Invesco has acquired a real estate property of 6,000 square meters in Copenhagen neighborhood Grønttorvet, Valby, in an off-market transaction.

The property goes by the name Røllike Hus and encompasses 65 apartments, Invesco states in a press release that does not disclose the purchase price.

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