PFA real estate head: Investment in data centers cost around EUR 200 million

Investing in data centers after the corona crisis is far from stupid, says PFA's head of real estate. The pension company has paid EUR 200 million for a 20 percent share in a European data center portfolio.

Michael Bruhn, head of real estate at PFA. | Photo: Stine Bidstrup / Jyllands-Posten

For months, Danish pension company PFA has been negotiating to get a slice of European data center platform Data4.

The deal has finally fallen into place, and it cost around EUR 200 million (DKK 1.5 billion) to take over a 20 percent share in the company, PFA's head of real estate Michael Bruhn tells EjendomsWatch.

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