Norwegian pension fund invests more than EUR 93m in Carlsberg City District

Real estate company owned by Norway's KLP buys 19,700 sq m office property in Carlsberg City District in Copenhagen.

Emil Christian Hansens Hus in Copenhagen, which is under construction, now has a Norwegian pension fund as owner. | Photo: PR

KLP Ejendomme, owned by Norway's largest pension company KLP, has entered into a contract with Carlsberg City District in Copenhagen to buy Emil Christian Hansens Hus, a five-story office building under construction which, once finished, will offer a total of 16,000 sq m office space and 3,700 sq m basement, KLP announces.

The property will be ready in 2021, when IT company Visma moves in on a 10 year contract.

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