US investor predicts huge purchases on Copenhagen property market

Hines bought 121 properties in Østerbro, Copenhagen from Bonava last week. It won't be the last time Hines operates in Denmark - the investor is searching high and low for new purchasing opportunities, especially on the Copenhagen real estate market.

"There is still growth, which we think will continue even if there is a downturn," says Hines head of Nordics James Robson about the company's interest in Copenhagen.

Last week, US investor Hines entered the Danish residential real estate market through the purchase of 121 sustainable apartments that are part of the Trikotageparken project in Østerbro, Copenhagen.

By all accounts, this will not be the last time that the investor buys properties in the capital.

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