CapMan acquires resi property from NREP and AG Gruppen for €166m (DK)

CapMan acquires resi property from NREP and AG Gruppen for €166m (DK)

CapMan Residential Fund (CMRF) invests in Kohlers Have, a newly built residential property located in the attractive South Harbour area of Copenhagen. The asset is acquired from NREP and AG Gruppen for c. €166m. This is the fourth Danish investment, and sixth investment overall for CMRF.


The high-quality core residential property holds 384 apartments and two commercial units. The property will be DGNB Gold (new construction) certified. This is the sixth investment for CapMans pan-Nordic core residential fund. The investment is well-aligned with the funds strategy to invest in attractive locations in the major Nordic cities, and in properties with strong sustainability profiles.


The residential property was completed in May 2023 and consists of 3 buildings, constructed in high-quality materials, and designed in the architectural style of the “old” South Harbour, characterised by its triangular red roof tops. The buildings hold altogether 384 residential units, 2 retail units and 124 underground parking spaces. Each residential unit has a balcony or terrace, and each building has a green courtyard and rooftop terrace. All residential units are fully let out. 


Kohlers Have is our fourth investment in Denmark and a great addition to our core residential fund. It is a good-looking high-quality asset, which has been consciously developed by AG Gruppen and NREP to the benefit of its tenants. Kohlers Have sits in a particularly strong location just 5 km from Copenhagen City Hall Square and next to the new South Harbour metro line, all qualities that will support the long-term performance of the asset”, commented Hasse Wulff, Investment Director at CapMan Real Estate.


“The CapMan Residential Fund invests in attractive locations in major Nordic cities, focusing on properties with strong sustainability profiles. Kohlers Have fits this strategy very well. The open-ended pan-Nordic core residential fund has successfully raised close to €1 billion since 2021 and actively continues fundraising, aiming to reach €2 billion in 2025, while further expanding its portfolio in Denmark and throughout the Nordics,” shared Torsten Bjerregaard, Managing Partner at CapMan Real Estate.


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