Built in 1972, the property includes 2000 m² of retail space, currently rented to an international highly reputated clean energy car company. In the past, the property served as a big box outlet of a major home furnishings retail chain. Consequently, the ceiling height is relatively high, and the layout is nice and open, with ample space for various kinds of goods and articles.
On the north-western part of the site there are parking spaces as well as two loading docks, where goods vehicles can be loaded and unloaded. Marked parking spaces are also available on the north-eastern site, in connection with the main entrance, making them easily accessible to customers.
The property is located in the southern part of Odense, in a predominantly industrial location surrounded by a mixed-use business area, featuring mainly large car dealers and minor light and heavy industry facilities. The location is known foremost for its robotics cluster. Close to the property lies a small-scale residential area and the Højby city district. North of the property, the new Odense University Hospital is under construction. The new light rail will call at the new hospital and connect to Hjallese train station, some 2 km from the property.
From the property, it is approx. 8.2 km to Odense central station and approx. 5 minutes by car to direct highway access (E20). With more than 200,000 inhabitants, Odense is the third largest city in Denmark and the largest city on the island of Fyn.
Birkemose Allé 21 is a plot located in Kolding with an area of 5007 m² and may be built up to 29% according to the local plan. Furthermore, there is already a proposal for an office building, shown in the prospectus. The property is part of a business park located around 4.4 km north-east of the Kolding town center in a commercial area with a predominance of office buildings. Ample parking facilities are available to tenants and possible guests/clients in the area of the property.
The area enjoys easy highway access via Fynsvej, running about 1 km from the property, linking both to the E20 and the E45. Fynsvej also connects to the town center – by car, the travel time is about 10 minutes. In the local area lies Kolding Storcenter, one of Jutland’s largest regional
shopping centers. Ranking as the 7th largest town in Denmark and known as a business-friendly location, the town of Kolding is flourishing in terms of population growth and a healthy and dynamic business community. The Municipality of Kolding has almost 90,000 inhabitants. Kolding is part of the Triangle Region.
Built in 1999 and redeveloped in 2006, the property comprises 5 buildings that form a wide horseshoe-shape. Overall, the property has 7104 m² office space, with a police station taking up more than 2300 m². Ample parking facilities are available to tenants and possible guests/clients in front of each building.
The property is part of a business park located around 4.4 km north-east of the Kolding town center in a commercial area with a predominance of office buildings. The area enjoys easy highway access via Fynsvej, running about 1 km from the property, linking both to the E20 and the E45. Fynsvej also connects to the town center – by car, the travel time is about 10 minutes. In the local area lies Kolding Storcenter, one of Jutland’s largest regional shopping centers.
Ranking as the 7th largest town in Denmark and known as a business-friendly location, the town of Kolding is flourishing in terms of population growth and a healthy and dynamic business community. The Municipality of Kolding has almost 90,000 inhabitants. Kolding is part of the Triangle Region.
Originally built in 1881 but redeveloped in 1989, the property is around 1300 m² mixed-use residential/retail building containing 7 residential units on upper floors and 2 ground-floor shop units of 346 m² let to Flying Tiger Copenhagen and 107 m², currently vacant.
The property is located at the main pedestrian/high street of Svendborg. As the property is a prominent corner building, the two shop units enjoy strong visibility and exposure. As a result, the location is deemed a prime retail location in Svendborg, in the middle of the pedestrian street. In terms of residential use, the location is also excellent and highly central, in close proximity of the train station.
The property is located in the town center of Svendborg, less than 100m from Svendborg train station and around 200m to the Port of Svendborg, providing a sea link to the islands of Ærø, Drejø, Skarø and Hjortø. In addition, the road of Sundbrovej and the Svendborgsund Bridge (Svendborgsundbroen), across Svendborg Sound, are located within a 2.5 km radius, providing access to the island of Langeland south of Funen, the Svendborg highway to Odense and the northboundE20. Parking facilities are available at the square of Torvet in the town center, less than 100m from the property. Svendborg is located on the south coast of Funen. With some 27,000 inhabitants, Svendborg is the second-largest town on the island.
Built in 1990 and redeveloped in 1997, the property comprises around 1880 m² mixed-use residential and retail space, distributed over 18 small apartments, 4 residential units with an average size of 69 m² as well as two shop units on the ground floor. One of the retail premises is let to hardware retailer Kop & Kande. Situated in the central part of the main pedestrian/high street of Kolding, in proximity of Kolding train station (600m), the property benefits from an excellent and central location both in terms of retail and residential use.
Due to its high-street location, the property benefits from strong exposure. For residents in the property the location means easy access to the vibrant offering of shops, cafés and restaurants in the town center. Parking is available to tenants and possible visitors/ customers in the backyard of the property. In terms of highway access, it is 6.5 km to the E45, connecting to the northbound E20. With around 61,000 inhabitants, Kolding ranks as Denmark’s 7th largest town. It is situated on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula, in the Southern Denmark Region. Kolding is the largest town in the Triangle Region, ahead of Vejle and Fredericia.
Originally built in 1904 and redeveloped in 1997, the property comprises more than 3100 m² mixed-use residential, office and retail space. The residential component accounts for 1627 m² in total, distributed over 13 residential units and 8 rooms. The property’s commercial component includes three shop units, currently let to Syddansk Høreklinik, the Municipality of Kolding and Sailors Ink Kolding. In addition, the basement holds 637 m² of storage space.
The property is located in the center of Kolding, around 100m from Kolding train station and 200-300m from the landmark site of Koldinghus, a former royal castle originally dating from the 13th century, and the attractive castle lake, Slotssøen. Parking facilities are available to tenants and possible visitors/customers in the property’s backyard.
In terms of highway access, it is around 6.5 km to the E45, connecting to the northbound E20. With around 61,000 inhabitants, Kolding ranks as Denmark’s 7th largest town. It is situated on the east coast of the Jutland peninsula, in the Southern Denmark Region. Kolding is the largest town in the Triangle Region, ahead of Vejle and Fredericia.
Built in 2007, the property includes more the 1,980 m² of office space, distributed over two adjoining buildings and is leased to one single tenant, Vejdirektoratet – the Danish Road Directorate. The property has designated and easily accessible parking spots, which is an advantage for both staff and visitors.
The property lies at the top of Toldbuen, leading to a closet parking lot, included some covered parking spots. Facing north, the property has a nice view of attractive green spaces with trees and a small lake. The property is located on the outskirts of Næstved, in a predominantly industrial area, close to business college, multiple shops and industrial facilities. 3km distant from Næstved’s train station, the nearest bus stop is 700m from the property, providing connection to the city center.
Furthermore, is about 500m far from Ringvejen, connecting to Slagelse and Vordingbord as well as the eastbound E47 highway and the northbound E20. With around 45,000 inhabitants, Næstved is the largest twon in southern Zealand and the 15th largest town in the whole country.
Built in 1975, the property includes more than 1900 m² of retail spaces, distributed over a one level building. Currently, in the center there is a Netto, a pizzeria and a Chinese restaurant. Furthermore, some smaller units are rented to a doctor, a hairdresser and an accountant. Netto creates a stable flow of potential costumers to the center. On the property, there are building rights that allows to add residential on top of the existing building, a preliminary project was developed as shown in the prospectus.
The property is located at the beginning of Lilleholm and has a vast public parking spaces where the costumers can easily find a spot. The property in well inserted in the urban structure of Greve, close to Mosede Church and Mosede School and less than 2km far from the City Hall. The surroundings have attractive green spaces with Mosede Park and its lake right in front of the property. Close to bus stops, the property is also 1.5 km far from the E20 highway, leading directly to Copenhagen in less than 30 minutes by car.
The property consists in 2 buildings: the first one was built in 1870 and in 2007 a new building was added to it. The new construction is made of 5 new floors (from ground to forth) and is connected to the existing building with a 2 levels glass cube that works as main entrance and foyer.
The property consists of 5799 m² in total and is currently leased to Erhvervsakademi Sjælland. There is also possibility to rent the property to different companies. Parking facilities are available to tenants and possible visitors/customers in the property’s plot. The property is located in the outskirts of Næstved, facing on one side the harbor with the canal and on the other side a dense residential area, mostly made by small houses.
The property is around 1km far from Næstved station and, in terms of highway access, it is around 2km to the Østre Ringvej, linked to Ringvejen, connecting to Slagelse and Vordingbord as well as the eastbound E47 highway and the northbound E20. With around 45,000 inhabitants, Næstved is the largest town in southern Zealand and the 15th largest town in the whole country.
The property comprises two commonhold units in a principal property built in 1972 and redeveloped in 1998. The principal property includes one additional commonhold unit, not part of this transaction.
Comprising 1924 m² retail space combined, the two units are let to one single tenant, Fætter BR (Toyshop retail chain). The property’s layout is ideal for use as big box outlet, supermarket or showroom. Ample parking facilities are available in front of the building at the main entrance.
Situated about 2 km from the town center, close to the Herning Centret, the property benefits from a prominent location and good exposure as the shopping center attracts strong flow. In addition, the property enjoys highway proximity, making it easy to reach e.g. Vejle, Silkeborg, Aarhus and Holstebro. With around 50,000 inhabitants, Herning is the fourth largest town in the Central Denmark Region.
Originally built in 1877 and redeveloped in 1996, the property includes around 3900 m² mixed-use residential, office and retail space, with four residential units, an office unit currently let to Comtext, two retail units currently let to Zwei Grosse and Folkekirkens Nødhjælp (DanChurchAid). The property holds a large commercial unit of 1800 m² in total as well, occupied by Fitness World. Furthermore, it is possible to change the usage from office to residential.
The property is located in central Vejle, less than 100m s from Vejle train station and the pedestrian high street, Søndergade. Thanks to the property’s attractive location, the shop units in the property benefit from good exposure and high flow of people.
Parking facilities are available in the courtyard of the property and in neighboring streets and parking lots. From the property it is less than 500m to Fredericiavej, connecting to the E45 highway in one direction and bound for Billund in the other. With around 58,000 inhabitants, Vejle is Denmark’s 9th largest town and part of the so-called Triangle Region. Next to Copenhagen and Aarhus, the region is the strongest growth center in Denmark.
Originally built in 1897 and redeveloped in 1995, the property is a former 3 levels hotel building converted for residential, retail and office uses. It includes 1161 m² in total and occupies a prominent corner location. The property is a typical town house, with ground-floor retail space, offices on the first floor and residential units on the top floor.
The retail space is arranged over shops units of virtually equal size (155 m² and 149 m²), enjoying good exposure along the central streets of Østergade and Søndergade. The remaining space is laid out for residential, and office uses. Internally, the residential and office premises are in good state, with charming features such as exposed rafters. Upper-floor units facing north have a nice ocean view. The two office units in the property may easily be converted for residential use as they already have toilet/bath and kitchen facilities.
The property lies in the north-eastern part of the town of Struer, not far from the harbor area. Struer is known for its fishing industry. In recent years, the town has carried out a comprehensive redevelopment of the harbor area, making it more attractive to visitors and tourists. Less than 50m from the property, lies the high street with its attractive offering of shops, cafés, restaurants and the town hall.
The property has a central location less than 300m from Struer train station and 1 km from the main arterial road, Holstebrovej, connecting Struer with Holstebro and north-western Jutland in general. With slightly more than 20,000 inhabitants, the Municipality of Struer is one of the smallest municipalities in the Central Denmark Region. Apart from its fishing industry, Struer is known for the headquarters of B&O (Bang & Olufsen), Danish high-end audio/video manufacturer.
The property is a 2 levels office building, constructed in 1999. Including more than 980 m², is leased to a single tenant, GLS. Internally, the property features a nice interior design with a good daylight inflow due to skylights in the lobby are as to large windows. Office areas benefit from vast daylight inflow due to the large windows and a relatively open layout, with glass partition walls.
The property is part of a business park, located 4.4km north-east from Kolding center, in a commercial area with a predominance of office building. The area has easy access, via Fynsvej, to both E20 and E45, that are far 1km from the property. Fynsvej also connects the property to the city center, that is around 10 min far by car. Close to the property, there is Kolding Storecenter, one of Jutland’s largest regional shopping center.
Ranking as Denmark’s 7th largest town and known as business-friendly location, Kolding is flourishing in terms of population growth and has a healthy and dynamic business community. With around 60000 inhabitants, Kolding is Denmark’s 7th largest town, part of the so-called Triangle Region. Next to Copenhagen and Aarhus, the region is the strongest growth center in Denmark.
The property is a ground-floor commonhold unit in a major apartment block dating from 2003, constructed of yellow-brown bricks. The current tenant is Fitness World, that rents 1404 m². Access to the unit is via an entrance facing the courtyard. The entrance facing the street of Banevang has elevated street-level access, somewhat restricting daylight inflow into this side of the property. Towards the courtyard,the building features large window sections. The unit is high-ceilinged and laid out with multiple rectangular rooms, ideally suited for use as fitness/gym facilities.
Located in central Allerød in northern Zealand, next to the train station, the property benefits from a natural pedestrian flow, as the building serves as a passageway to the eastern part of town. Together with the train station, the building defines the natural outer boundary of the town center, abounding with shops, cafés and restaurants. North-west of the property, encircling the town centre, lies a well-established residential neighborhood with a predominance of single-family housing.
Due to its proximity to Allerød train station, the property enjoys easy access by public transport, with a travel time of 30 minutes to central Copenhagen by S-train. By car, it takes about five minutes to access the highway grid, with Hillerød motorway linking the area with the entire northern Zealand area in northbound direction and central Copenhagen in southbound direction. The Municipality of Allerød has more than 24,000 inhabitants.
Built in 2006, the property includes more than 3,000 m² of retail space, distributed over four large units with sizes from 500 to 900 m². Each unit appears as a standard big box, rectangular with high ceilings and services.
The property is located in the northern part of Kolding, around 4km from the town center, in a location with an attractive retail cluster, including multiple big box outlets as well as other retails. Most notably, the biggest regional shopping center in Jutland, Kolding Storcenter is situated right across the property.
Accessibility is excellent, with highway access – the E 20 and E 45 only 2 km from the property – and there is also easy access to busy arterial roads, including Vejlevej, leading directly to Kolding center. With around 60000 inhabitants, Kolding is Denmark’s 7th largest town, part of the so-called Triangle Region. Next to Copenhagen and Aarhus, the region is the strongest growth center in Denmark.
Built in 2007 to serve as single-tenant property for the current tenant, the property is a typical big box building with some around 5000 m² of retail space. The current tenant is ILVA, using the property for furniture sales.
Facing Åkirkebyvej, the property features large floor-to-ceiling shop windows, allowing ample daylight inflow. The shop is arranged over two floors, connected by a wide, open staircase in the entrance area. Both floors are used for retail sales.
The front section, including the entrance area, features full ceiling height and glass facades, with the space appearing light, open and inviting.
The site contains multiple parking spaces and areas used for outdoor sales and goods deliveries. The property is located on the outskirts of Rønne, on the island of Bornholm.
The location is characterized by a predominance of big box shops close to some of the residential neighborhoods (mainly single-family housing) encircling the town.
Accessibility is excellent, as Åkirkebyvej is a major arterial road into Rønne, with the harbor area and ferry services only a few minutes’ drive from the property.
Heading in the opposite direction, Åkirkebyvej terminates on the east coast of Bornholm, going across the entire island to Nexø.
The area around the property is serviced by bus lines, with bus stops nearby.
Rønne is the main town on the island of Bornholm, housing some 15,000 of the almost 40,000 inhabitants on the island. Rønne is an important port, offering sea links to Køge, south of Copenhagen, Ystad in Sweden and Sassnitz in Germany.
The building is a typical box property which is rented out to Thansen. They have been tenants since June 2015 and have non-termination until May 2020, where they have 3 months of termination notice.
Thansen is a well-functioning chain with shops all over Denmark. Among other things they sell auto equipment, spare parts, bicycles, scooters and other everyday gadgets.
The building itself if 928 m2, but the property is 3.315 m2 in total. The remaining square meters is used for e.g. parking spots for customers and personnel.
The building was constructed in 1977 with plates of fiber cement and a roof covered with roofing paper. The layout includes a big, functional retail area, storage, workshop and personnel facilities.
The property is located in Rønne’s retail area where the majority of the large shops are located. Here you will find a handful of car dealers, HTH kitchens, Jem & Fix, Punkt 1, Ilva, and several supermarkets.
The main road runs as a vein through the area and secures easy access by car. Several bus lines also operates from the main road and goes to e.g. Rønne center.
Furthermore, the property is located only 1.5 km from the harbour where there are a ferry connection to Køge on Sealand.
The well-functioning infrastructure in the area secures a solid ground for running a successful business which is highlighted by the many shops in the area.
The property consists of a rectangular building built in concrete elements in 1984. The property is a single-user property of 830 m², usually used as a restaurant. The property’s layout is highly functional and spacious, with restaurant facilities, ideally suited for the current use.
The property is part of a major big box cluster on the outskirts of Helsingør in northern Zealand. Ample parking spaces are available in the area, which is connected via a web of pedestrian walkways to ensure good customer flow to all outlets and, by extension, create synergies.
Located right in the middle of the area, the property benefits from an attractive location. The immediate surrounding area is a predominantly residential area, but north of the property lies a small-scale mixed-use business area, including industrial facilities, car dealers and big box shops. Situated in the western part of the town, at the exit of both Ring Road 3 and the E47 highway, the property enjoys easy access and in addition, it is easy to reach the property from central Helsingør as well as the neighboring town of Espergærde. The Municipality of Helsingør has around 63,000 inhabitants.