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Real Estate — Denmark


Accura Advokatpartnerselskab - Real Estate

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Henrik Groos
- 4 partners
- 13 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Market-leading real estate team noted for its expertise in transactional mandates. Assists institutional and international investors with a range of matters such as the acquisition and sale of real estate and property assets, lease law and legal due diligence investigations. Also covers environmental law and handles projects across several sectors, including hospitality, corporate office space and retail and shopping centres.

Strengths One client says the team is "solution-oriented and knowledgeable" and acknowledges the firm's "huge network." The same source adds: "They have had continuity, which has created a sense of stability that is important to us."

Work highlights Advised NREP Nordic Strategies Fund 1 on the sale of BIG Shopping to a joint venture between a CBRE investment fund and Portus Retail.

Advised several Danish pension funds on a significant construction and development project for a new 23,000 square metre office building in the centre of Copenhagen.

Significant clients Scandic Hotels, Skanska, Ejendomsselskabet Norden, AKF Holding, AP Pension.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Henrik Groos advises pension funds, commercial property investors and hotels on a range of real estate matters including cross-border transactions and project development. Clients say he "gives good legal advice, is good at negotiations and is really helpful." He recently advised Scandic Hotels on its acquisition of a site for the development of a new hotel in Copenhagen.

Jon Dyhre Hansen's core practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions, particularly within the domestic market. His clients include property investors, pension funds, property groups and commercial real estate owners.

Lars Bruun advises on both transactions and contentious issues related to real estate, handling both litigation and arbitration proceedings. He acts for a mixture of international clients, including global investors and Danish clients such as pension funds and local authorities.

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Bech-Bruun - Real Estate

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- 10 partners
- 28 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Highly regarded team noted for its knowledge of both transactional mandates and construction projects. Acts on joint ventures, investments, fund establishment and real estate transaction financing. The construction group often advises on contentious issues including litigation and insurance claims as well as tender procedures. Assists both Danish and international clients, including financial services and public sectors.

Strengths One client praises the team's "broad knowledge in the areas we need." The same interviewee says the team's strength in numbers means that it "can draw in the relevant information across a lot of different industries."

Work highlights Advised NREP Nordic Strategies Fund 1 on its EUR24 million acquisition of retail properties from a Danish listed fund.

Assisted the Municipality of Aarhus with its development of the Urban Mediaspace Aarhus project, which involves construction of new infrastructure, parking and buildings with a total project value in the region of DKK2 billion.

Significant clients PenSam, City of Copenhagen, Sinai Group, ATP, Valad Group.

Notable practitioners

Torben Brøgger focuses on construction and frequently advises on urban development projects. He additionally assists clients including public authorities as well as bidding consortiums on procurement and tender issues related to developments.

Steen Puch Holm-Larsen predominantly assists clients on real estate transaction mandates as well as investment agreements, joint ventures and property developments within the commercial real estate sector. He recently advised NREP Nordic Strategies Fund 1 on its portfolio acquisition.

Since publication, Lars Kjær has joined Lundgrens

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Bruun & Hjejle - Real Estate

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Christian Schow Madsen and Christian Johansen
- 5 partners
- 20 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Esteemed real estate practice handling both construction mandates and transactional real estate matters. Covers a range of real estate matters including asset purchases, disposals, financing and refinancing. Also has a particular focus on construction-related arbitration. Continues to bolster and grow its team through a number of recent new hires at partner level.

Strengths One client is impressed by the team's resources and says: "They know what we need and have the necessary depth in real estate." The same interviewee adds: "They are also responsive and available, which we appreciate."

Other clients value that the lawyers are "very knowledgeable on both M&A and real estate law" and are equally impressed by the "good co-operation and good structure" of the team.

Work highlights Advised Nykredit on the sale and leaseback of its three office headquarters in central Copenhagen.

Advised DNB Bank on its divestment of a large residential property portfolio, including in excess of 1,000 residential units located across 22 property sites.

Significant clients BlackRock, Johannes Fog, Realkredit Danmark, NærHeden.

Notable practitioners

Christian Schow Madsen assists clients, including pension and private equity investors, with a wide array of issues related to commercial real estate transactions, including financing, development issues and the sale and purchase of assets. Clients value his "strong personal dedication, commercial understanding, interpersonal skills and project management skills."

Christian Johansen specialises in construction law and acts for a mixture of domestic and international clients in the industry. He also handles litigation and represents parties in construction arbitration. One source praises his "wide knowledge of the field" while another is impressed by his "valuable input, including when we have to reassess our ambitions."

Søren Damgaard advises on a range of real estate matters including transactions, real estate financing and development projects. Clients say: "He is commercially aware, very effective and has good legal judgement."

Department profile by Bruun & Hjejle

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Christian Schow Madsen and Christian Johansen
- 5 partners
- 20 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Esteemed real estate practice handling both construction mandates and transactional real estate matters. Covers a range of real estate matters including asset purchases, disposals, financing and refinancing. Also has a particular focus on construction-related arbitration. Continues to bolster and grow its team through a number of recent new hires at partner level.

Strengths One client is impressed by the team's resources and says: "They know what we need and have the necessary depth in real estate." The same interviewee adds: "They are also responsive and available, which we appreciate."

Other clients value that the lawyers are "very knowledgeable on both M&A and real estate law" and are equally impressed by the "good co-operation and good structure" of the team.

Work highlights Advised Nykredit on the sale and leaseback of its three office headquarters in central Copenhagen.

Advised DNB Bank on its divestment of a large residential property portfolio, including in excess of 1,000 residential units located across 22 property sites.

Significant clients BlackRock, Johannes Fog, Realkredit Danmark, NærHeden.

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DLA Piper Denmark - Real Estate

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Henrik Puggard and Kurt Bardeleben
- 15 partners
- 28 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Recognised firm covering the full spectrum of real estate and construction matters. Acts on development projects and transactions, construction litigation and lease law including disputes relating to commercial lease agreements. Clients include public authorities and financial institutions.

Strengths One client reports: "The co-operation with them has been excellent. They really understood us, including our needs in terms of possibilities and limitations. They provided relevant and strategic advice."

Clients describe the team as "high-quality with all the necessary resources. They are flexible, on time and nice people as well."

Work highlights Assisted a consortium with issues related to the development and financing of a new maternity department at Slagelse Hospital.

Advised a consortium bidding for a PPP project for the construction and operation of a new administration building in Aarhus.

Significant clients DSB, Municipality of Frederiksberg, Municipality of Copenhagen, Kemp & Lauritzen, CG Jensen.

Notable practitioners

Kurt Bardeleben is well regarded in both real estate projects and construction issues, particularly contentious matters. Clients say: "He is very insightful, but also friendly and a people person, which made the process a lot easier. He is good at negotiating too and has the softer skills, but can be tough when it counts."

Department profile by DLA Piper Denmark

We have experience in advising Danish and foreign property players as well as public enterprises and
authorities on all legal aspects of real estate, including in connection with construction, operation, development, sale, purchase and letting as well as in connection with financing and charges concerning real estate.
We have one of the largest real-estate departments in Denmark.

Our specialties:

- We advise property developers and property owners on value-enhancing development
of real estate and provide advice in connection with the sale and purchase of
residential rental properties, domicile properties and storage buildings.

- We provide legal assistance to creditors in situations where the financial
obligations have not been met.

- Our advice covers the entire range of construction-law matters in demand by the
private and public sectors, organisations and private individuals.

- We provide highly specialised advice on lease-law issues and our knowledge of what
goes on in the market is profound and is twinned with a practical and
solution-oriented approach to providing advice.

- We provide advice on all matters within planning and environmental law and have
vast experience in matters relating to the public-law and civil-law environmental rules.

- We advise public authorities and tenderers on PPP and PPC, including ESCO.

- We advise housing organisations, municipalities as well as private players within
all aspects of the Danish non-profit housing sector on the rules of public law.

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Gorrissen Federspiel - Real Estate

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Peter Sjøgreen
- 6 partners
- 19 other qualified partners

What the team is known for Successful real estate practice offering full-service support in real estate and construction law. Noted for its expertise in real estate transactions, financing and dealing with property assets held in distressed loan portfolios and companies. Offers considerable strength in construction matters and project developments advising consultants and developers on a range of issues including tender processes, construction disputes and infrastructure projects.

Strengths Clients value the team's level of commitment, saying: "They are dedicated and very client-oriented."

Work highlights Assisted TryghedsGruppen with the acquisition of a 49.2% stake in Dades, which has numerous property holdings including shopping centres and offices.

Continued to assist Carlsberg Byen with issues and negotiations related to its development of the former Carlsberg Brewery site.

Significant clients MT Højgaard, Per Aarsleff, Jeudan, NCC Construction Danmark, A. Enggaard.

Notable practitioners

Hans-Peter Jørgensen offers significant experience in the real estate sector and advises across a broad spectrum of property law including construction litigation, developments and commercial real estate transactions and lease agreements.

Head of department Peter Sjøgreen frequently advises on commercial real estate transactions, as well as lease contracts and real estate issues linked to insolvencies. He also works with numerous clients in the construction sector. Clients describe him as "commercial and insightful."

Merete Larsen acts across a wide area of real estate law but is particularly focused on large development projects. Her clients hold her in high esteem because she "always provides excellent and relevant service, based on a high level of commercial awareness." She recently assisted the Municipality of Lyngby-Taarbæk with the tender and sale of a 225,000 sq m plot of land for development.

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Horten - Real Estate

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Michael Neumann and Thomas Krucov Jensen
- 7 partners
- 13 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Wide-ranging real estate practice which offers services covering construction, development, leasing and property transactions. Handles matters involving property funds and social housing companies as well as construction-related arbitration proceedings. Clients include a range of Danish and global corporations, pension funds and publicly-owned companies.

Strengths Clients describe the team's lawyers as "knowledgeable and hard-working. The legal services were excellent."

Sources also express their satisfaction with the team's service because "they are good at responding quickly and don't make things overly complicated. They accommodate how the client wants things structured."

Work highlights Advised PensionDanmark on the purchase of four commercial properties in Aarhus.

Assisted Freja Ejendomme with the 100,000 sq m development of Cortex Park in Odense.

Significant clients Tivoli, JD Sports Fashion, Circle K, Coop Danmark.

Notable practitioners

Michael Neumann is well regarded in construction matters and has a broad practice which encompasses transactions, development projects and real estate financing. His recent work includes assisting Arkitektgruppen with its joint venture with NREP and the development of two residential projects in Copenhagen. Sources say: "He is very skilled and has a good team."

Thomas Krucov Jensen advises on all aspects of the purchase, sale and financing of real estate assets and transactions. Clients say: "He is really skilled and commercial. He understands the client's needs and adjusts the service accordingly."

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Kromann Reumert - Real Estate

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Flemming Horn Andersen
- 8 partners
- 30 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Outstanding team covering all kinds of real estate matters, from the acquisition and sale of commercial properties, real estate financing, commercial leases and construction. Particularly strong and active in large transactional matters and also advises bidding parties through procurement and tender procedures.

Strengths Clients praise the firm's insight, saying: "They know our industry well. The lawyers are professional and pleasant to work with."

Work highlights Assisted PensionDanmark with its acquisition from Danske Bank of a commercial property on Lersø Parkalle.

Advised Jeudan on its sale and leaseback acquisition of an office in Copenhagen from Maersk.

Notable practitioners

Flemming Horn Andersen continues to be recognised as a leading individual in real estate matters. He offers extensive experience in real estate transactions including property investments and financing deals.

Søren Andreasen advises on real estate and project finance as well as the sale and acquisition of property portfolios. He advised Patrizia on its acquisition of a high street shopping centre in Copenhagen from Bank of Ireland and Unipension.

Niels Balslev advises clients in both the public and private sectors on a range of real estate transactions including real estate investments and financing issues.

Jacob Møller acts on a mixture of commercial real estate transactions and construction projects. He advised Danske Fragtmænd on its sale and leaseback of a property portfolio to Standard Life.

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Lundgrens - Real Estate

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Niels Gram Hansen
- 9 partners
- 10 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Notable practice covering real estate transactions, project development and construction matters. Well-regarded for its work in property investments, leasing issues, planning and zoning and real estate litigation, handling arbitration proceedings of late. Regularly acts for institutional investors and public entities as well as private clients from industries including retail, transportation and IT.

Strengths Clients praise the team's "extensive experience in construction related disputes."

Work highlights Advised PKA on financing the acquisition and development of Grønttorvet in Copenhagen.

Advised Wihlborgs on the DKK800 million acquisition of Danske Bank's headquarters in a sale and lease back deal.

Significant clients Coop Danmark, Danica Pension, Aarsleff, Nordic Choice Hotels, Steen & Strøm Danmark.

Notable practitioners

Niels Gram-Hanssen has considerable experience in real estate law and focuses on commercial lease arrangements and real estate acquisitions. He recently advised on the sale of a property in Copenhagen occupied by Louis Vuitton.

Niels Wive Kjærgaard is best known for his construction law expertise including contentious issues, often representing clients in litigation in the Supreme Court. Clients say: "He is very experienced and fast with good knowledge of construction. You always get an honest opinion and judicial evaluation, which is vital before you go to court."

Lars Kjær, who recently joined the firm from Bech-Bruun, focuses on acquisitions and disposals of real estate assets and portfolios and also handles property aspects of corporate M&A transactions. Clients describe him as "hands-on" and appreciate his "good knowledge" of the field.

Stig German Mathiasen advises on commercial real estate and has a particularly strong focus on the retail sector, advising on the development and purchase of shopping centres and other retail spaces. He recently assisted with the sale of the Vestamagercentret shopping centre in Copenhagen.

Thomas Stampe advises a mixture of real estate transactions and PPP projects, serving numerous clients from the investment sector on property acquisitions across the Nordics. He recently advised on the sale of a 10,000 square metre office building in Copenhagen.

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Plesner - Real Estate

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Jakob Schou Midtgaard and Frants Dalgaard-Knudsen
- 9 partners
- 40 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Highly accomplished team handling all areas of real estate and construction law, with a focus on project development. Assists clients with dispute resolution, as well as on a wide range of real estate asset transactions. Acts for an enviable range of clients including contractors, architects, property owners, pension funds, international investors and developers.

Strengths Clients say the team is composed of "good counsellors who can cover everything. They are responsive, efficient, transparent and very commercial."

Work highlights Advised Danica on its DKK659 million acquisition of building rights on 53,550 sq m of the former Tuborg site from Carlsberg.

Assisted Niam with a series of transactions including the sale of 463 apartments in Copenhagen to Heimstaden for DKK1.4 billion.

Significant clients NREP, Patrizia, Pears Global Investors, Capman.

Notable practitioners

Jakob Schou Midtgaard advises international investors and Danish clients on a range of real estate matters, with a particular focus on commercial property. He advised M&G Real Estate on its DKK615 million acquisition of Nykredit Bank's offices from PFA.

The "very experienced" Leif Djurhuus is praised by clients for his "pleasant personality" and advises clients on a range of real estate matters including retail and residential projects. He also assists with financing aspects of property transactions.

Peter Fogh has a particular focus on litigation and arbitration proceedings in relation to construction and infrastructure projects, including developments within the energy sector. He has recently advised on aspects of the new Copenhagen Metro project.

Anders Friis is particularly recognised in the market for his work on transactional mandates. He has recently led the firm's work on numerous acquisitions and disposals of large residential property portfolios, advising both Danish and international investors.

Peer Meisner frequently acts for pension funds and advises on a range of transactions involving property portfolio investments. He also handles project development, including domestic and commercial properties. He recently assisted Carlsberg Fondet with the completion of its sale of a portfolio of 700 residential apartments.

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Flemming Horn Andersen

Kromann Reumert

From the Chambers Europe guide

Flemming Horn Andersen continues to be recognised as a leading individual in real estate matters. He offers extensive experience in real estate transactions including property investments and financing deals.

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Plesner

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The "very experienced" Leif Djurhuus is praised by clients for his "pleasant personality" and advises clients on a range of real estate matters including retail and residential projects. He also assists with financing aspects of property transactions.

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Niels Gram-Hanssen

Lundgrens

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Niels Gram-Hanssen has considerable experience in real estate law and focuses on commercial lease arrangements and real estate acquisitions. He recently advised on the sale of a property in Copenhagen occupied by Louis Vuitton.

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Accura Advokatpartnerselskab

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Head of department Henrik Groos advises pension funds, commercial property investors and hotels on a range of real estate matters including cross-border transactions and project development. Clients say he "gives good legal advice, is good at negotiations and is really helpful." He recently advised Scandic Hotels on its acquisition of a site for the development of a new hotel in Copenhagen.

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Accura Advokatpartnerselskab

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Jon Dyhre Hansen's core practice focuses on commercial real estate transactions, particularly within the domestic market. His clients include property investors, pension funds, property groups and commercial real estate owners.

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Christian Schow Madsen

Bruun & Hjejle

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Christian Schow Madsen assists clients, including pension and private equity investors, with a wide array of issues related to commercial real estate transactions, including financing, development issues and the sale and purchase of assets. Clients value his "strong personal dedication, commercial understanding, interpersonal skills and project management skills."

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Jakob Schou Midtgaard

Plesner

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Jakob Schou Midtgaard advises international investors and Danish clients on a range of real estate matters, with a particular focus on commercial property. He advised M&G Real Estate on its DKK615 million acquisition of Nykredit Bank's offices from PFA.

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Kromann Reumert

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Søren Andreasen advises on real estate and project finance as well as the sale and acquisition of property portfolios. He advised Patrizia on its acquisition of a high street shopping centre in Copenhagen from Bank of Ireland and Unipension.

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Kromann Reumert

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Niels Balslev advises clients in both the public and private sectors on a range of real estate transactions including real estate investments and financing issues.

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Bruun & Hjejle

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Søren Damgaard advises on a range of real estate matters including transactions, real estate financing and development projects. Clients say: "He is commercially aware, very effective and has good legal judgement."

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Plesner

From the Chambers Europe guide

Anders Friis is particularly recognised in the market for his work on transactional mandates. He has recently led the firm's work on numerous acquisitions and disposals of large residential property portfolios, advising both Danish and international investors.

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Hans-Peter Jørgensen

Gorrissen Federspiel

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Hans-Peter Jørgensen offers significant experience in the real estate sector and advises across a broad spectrum of property law including construction litigation, developments and commercial real estate transactions and lease agreements.

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Gorrissen Federspiel

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Head of department Peter Sjøgreen frequently advises on commercial real estate transactions, as well as lease contracts and real estate issues linked to insolvencies. He also works with numerous clients in the construction sector. Clients describe him as "commercial and insightful."

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DLA Piper Denmark

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Kurt Bardeleben is well regarded in both real estate projects and construction issues, particularly contentious matters. Clients say: "He is very insightful, but also friendly and a people person, which made the process a lot easier. He is good at negotiating too and has the softer skills, but can be tough when it counts."

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Accura Advokatpartnerselskab

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Lars Bruun advises on both transactions and contentious issues related to real estate, handling both litigation and arbitration proceedings. He acts for a mixture of international clients, including global investors and Danish clients such as pension funds and local authorities.

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Steen Puch Holm-Larsen

Bech-Bruun

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Steen Puch Holm-Larsen predominantly assists clients on real estate transaction mandates as well as investment agreements, joint ventures and property developments within the commercial real estate sector. He recently advised NREP Nordic Strategies Fund 1 on its portfolio acquisition.

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Thomas Krucov Jensen

Horten

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Thomas Krucov Jensen advises on all aspects of the purchase, sale and financing of real estate assets and transactions. Clients say: "He is really skilled and commercial. He understands the client's needs and adjusts the service accordingly."

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Lundgrens

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Lars Kjær, who recently joined the firm from Bech-Bruun, focuses on acquisitions and disposals of real estate assets and portfolios and also handles property aspects of corporate M&A transactions. Clients describe him as "hands-on" and appreciate his "good knowledge" of the field.

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Gorrissen Federspiel

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Merete Larsen acts across a wide area of real estate law but is particularly focused on large development projects. Her clients hold her in high esteem because she "always provides excellent and relevant service, based on a high level of commercial awareness." She recently assisted the Municipality of Lyngby-Taarbæk with the tender and sale of a 225,000 sq m plot of land for development.

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Stig German Mathiasen

Lundgrens

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Stig German Mathiasen advises on commercial real estate and has a particularly strong focus on the retail sector, advising on the development and purchase of shopping centres and other retail spaces. He recently assisted with the sale of the Vestamagercentret shopping centre in Copenhagen.

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Plesner

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Peer Meisner frequently acts for pension funds and advises on a range of transactions involving property portfolio investments. He also handles project development, including domestic and commercial properties. He recently assisted Carlsberg Fondet with the completion of its sale of a portfolio of 700 residential apartments.

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Kromann Reumert

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Jacob Møller acts on a mixture of commercial real estate transactions and construction projects. He advised Danske Fragtmænd on its sale and leaseback of a property portfolio to Standard Life.

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Horten

From the Chambers Europe guide

Michael Neumann is well regarded in construction matters and has a broad practice which encompasses transactions, development projects and real estate financing. His recent work includes assisting Arkitektgruppen with its joint venture with NREP and the development of two residential projects in Copenhagen. Sources say: "He is very skilled and has a good team."

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Lundgrens

From the Chambers Europe guide

Thomas Stampe advises a mixture of real estate transactions and PPP projects, serving numerous clients from the investment sector on property acquisitions across the Nordics. He recently advised on the sale of a 10,000 square metre office building in Copenhagen.

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