Aviva Investors has acquired a property portfolio in the centre of Copenhagen – a city that is home to “hundreds” of tech firms.
Aviva has not revealed the sum paid for the more-than 8,000 sqm of property, but says the site consists of mixed-use units split between office, retail and residential.
The Danish capital is one of Europe’s most “dynamic cities”, the firm said, due to its office sector and tech businesses.
George Fraser-Harding, real estate fund manager at Aviva Investors, said: “With hundreds of tech companies calling it home, it is also one of the most research-intensive hubs in Northern Europe.”
This latest purchase – known as the Atlas Portfolio – also includes three historical assets built between 1811 and 1916.
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