Capman on sale of historic property: It reduces risk significantly

In 2018, Capman bought Grundtvigs Hus, which is close to the town hall square in Copenhagen, with plans to develop it. But last week, as EjendomsWatch reported, they sold it to a Swedish-American billionaire. He calls the building "fantastic".

The entrance to Grundtvigs Hus on Studiestræde, Copenhagen. | Photo: PR/KAB

Capman is now going into more detail about the sale of historic property Grundtvigs Hus, which EjendomsWatch reported had been sold to Swedish-American billionaire Johan Gedda for hundreds of millions of kroner on June 4.

The property, which can partially be traced back to 1906, is located on Studiestræde in central Copenhagen and currently houses the housing association KAB, which is moving to a new building on Enghavevej in a few years.

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