Danish pension provider invests in 13-building British office asset

The Danish pension provider PFA and its international partners are investing billions in a central London office development.

PFA's Head of Real Estate, Michael Bruhn | Photo: PFA

The Danish pension provider PFA, the US-based WeWork and the British TH Real Estate are investing a total of DKK 5 billion (EUR 700 million) in a large office development in London, PFA writes in a press statement.

WeWork offers serviced, collaborative work and office spaces, and TH Real Estate is one of the world's largest real estate investment companies.

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