Catella’s Acquisition of 225 Youth Residences in Støberiet

Horten has advised TDC Pensionskasse both in connection with the construction/rebuilding of the property and all aspects of the transaction. Bech-Bruun advised Catella.

TDC Pensionskasse has sold the youth residences Støberiet at the Copenhagen South Port to the German company Catella which has been authorised to purchase by a South German pension company. This summer, TDC Pensionskasse sold the residential building Formeriet and the purchaser then was also Catella.

Ståberiet consists of 225 youth residences of 34-94 m2, and the supermarket Netto is located at ground floor.

The Horten team consisted of partner Michael Neumann (Picture), partner Lars Gregersen and senior attorney Rune Halkjær Ebbesen.

The Bech-Bruun team was led by Sven Frode Frølund.

Involved fees earner: Sven Frode Frølund – Bech-Bruun; Lars Gregersen – Horten; Rune Halkjær Ebbesen – Horten; Michael Neumann – Horten;

Law Firms: Bech-Bruun; Horten;

Clients: Catella Residential Investment Management; TDC Pensionskasse;

Federica Tiefenthaler

Author: Federica Tiefenthaler