Copenhagen 2013 – a hot spot for property development and investments
Meet Copenhagen top industry professionals and decision makers
(Virtual Press Office
) -- The Capital Region of Denmark and Copenhagen Capacity invite members of the press to an exclusive event with award-winning architect Kim Herforth Nielsen, founder of the internationally renowned architecture firm 3XN. He will be joined by decision makers and hand-picked experts who will give an introduction to why Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, is so special right now for investors and how it has become a cool and trendsetting Safe Haven.
An ambitious agenda has catapulted Copenhagen to the forefront of innovative architecture, infrastructure and green building, combining aesthetics, functionality and sustainability. Current development projects include a new super hospital and a light railway that will reimage the residential and industrial areas to the west of Copenhagen. At the same time the city is the ideal target for international investors and real-estate professionals as the Capital Region of Denmark counts as one of the most stable economies in Northern Europe.
Date and time:
Thursday, March 14 2013 at 10-12 am.
La Baule Room, Hotel Majestic Barrière, just opposite the Palais des Festival
Welcome to Copenhagen – a hot spot for real estate development and investments.
Hjalte Aaberg, CEO of The Capital Region of Denmark
Copenhagen – a fundamentally stable property market with value opportunities.
Tonny Nielsen, Nordic Head of Investment Management at Aberdeen Asset Management
Danish architecture – an investment where environment, economy and functionality ensures the return.
Kim Herforth Nielsen, Founding Partner, 3XN
Financing and tax – Danish mortgage institutions offer favorable lending rates, and Danish tax rates are compatible within the EU.
Peter Schäfer and Torben Mauritzen, both Partners, Lett Law
This exclusive event is by invitation only, but members of the press are welcome to attend. We encourage you to sign up by March 13 due to the practical organization of the event. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org
For further details, please contact:
Jacob Saxild, Development Manager, Copenhagen Capacity
D +45 33 26 87 68
M +45 28 83 94 96
DK-1165 Copenhagen K
T +45 33 22 02 22