US investor escalates in Denmark: "Copenhagen has been really profitable"

Hines Nordic has come out stronger after the coronavirus crisis, according to a 2020 annual report. "We're highly interested in buying, and we'll be making more acquisitions," Hines Nordics Senior Managing Director says. The portfolio might also gain a new office space, if the right opportunity arises, he states.

Hines Nordics Senior Managing Director James Robson | Photo: PR

The US real estate investor, which first entered Denmark in 2017, is here to stay, according to Hines Nordics Senior Managing Director James Robson.

"We're highly passionate about the Danish market. I also think the covid-19 crisis has shown other investors why they should look towards Denmark," the managing director tells AMWatch's sister media EjendomsWatch.

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