US-based asset manager makes second Danish purchase in one week

Invesco has invested in residential real estate consisting of 163 apartments in Vallensbæk and 133 in Ishøj within the past seven days.

Photo: Styrelsen for Dataforsyning og Effektivisering

The suburbs of Southern Copenhagen have once again become an investment target for Invesco. Invesco Real Estate has purchased 163 apartments in Vallensbæk, its Danish investment partner Rubik Properties reports in a press release.

The apartment complex consists of two buildings and a total of 13,000 square meters, with an average unit size of 78 square meters. It was sold by Aarhus-based developer 1927 Estate for an undisclosed sum, and the sustainable construction of the project is expected to be finished during Q4 2022.

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