Pensam continues central Copenhagen acquisitions

The property is fully rented and a good fit for the new inner Copenhagen strategy, head of alternative investments tells AMWatch's sister media EjendomsWatch. Seller is negotiating new rental.

Carsten Gröhn, head of alternative investments at Pensam. | Photo: Pensam/PR

Danish Pension company Pensam continues its acquisitions of properties in central Copenhagen, Denmark, in accordance with the company's strategy for the area, which EjendomsWatch has previously described.

During this past month, Pensam has spent more than DKK 350 million (EUR 49.9 million) on properties in this portfolio, and the latest entry is a property on H.C. Andersens Boulevard 38, bringing the sum closer to half a billion kroner, says Carsten Gröhn, head of alternative investments at Pensam, in an interview with EjendomsWatch.

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