Blackrock shows "dedication" to Nordics through latest Danish real estate purchase

The US asset manager's recent purchase "is a testament to our continued dedication to the Nordic region," says Anton Frilling from Blackrock's Nordic real estate team.

The Kromagrafen property (pictured) is close to the 'figure 8' building in Southern Ørestad, Amager, Copenhagen. | Photo: AP Ejendomme

US-based asset manger Blackrock's real estate arm, Blackrock Real Assets, has expanded its Danish portfolio.

AP Ejendomme, the seller, reports in a press release that the asset manager has purchased the Kromagrafen property in Ørested, Copenhagen. The residential building is three years old and consists of 87 rental properties ranging from 62-157 square meters in size.

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