Global fund snaps up 48,000 sqm of Danish logistics real estate

The international investment firm that bought 76 properties from Danske Bank in 2016 in a joint venture, is now buying two large logistics assets in Copenhagen and Kolding. The buying spree is set to go on, with the firm now on the lookout for similar properties in Denmark, a European executive tells AMWatch's sister site, EjendomsWatch.

Riccardo Dallolio, Head of H.I.G. Capital's European real estate business | Photo: PR

International private equity and alternatives firm H.I.G. Capital, which co-invested in 76 Danske Bank properties alongside real estate investment business M7 Real Estate two years ago, is now on its second round of investments in Danish real estate and says it is interested in further acquisitions.

The latest deal involves two logistics properties totaling 48,000 sqm.  One has 22,000 sqm of space and is located in the Copenhagen suburb of Hvidovre, while the second has 24,500 sqm and is in the western Danish town of Kolding.

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