M7 Real Estate buys real estate assets in Denmark of EUR56m to new fund

With its latest acquisition of over a dozen Danish properties, M7 Real Estate has acquired real estate assets in Denmark in excess of EUR160m since December 2017. The properties have a considerable "optimization potential", says country manager to AMWatch's sister site EjendomsWatch. More deals are in the pipeline.

Mette Seifert, country manager at M7 Real Estate Denmark. | Photo: PR.

Since the turn of the year, M7 Real Estate has acquired Danish real estate assets of about EUR56m.

In 2019, the London-based asset manager has acquired 16 properties in Denmark to its latest European value-add fund M7 Real Estate Investment Partners V (M7 EREIP V), reports M7 Real Estate in a press release.

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