Absalon & Co is appointed by Hines to advise, develop and lease retail areas of The Trinity Quarter – at 44, 46 and 50 Købmagergade – Copenhagen’s number one retail street.
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Copenhagen is one of the most vibrant and dynamic cities in Northern Europe and the capital and most populous city of the Kingdom of Denmark. The metropolitan area of the city has a population of 1.9 million inhabitants. Copenhagen is located in the Øresund region, which comprises the eastern region of Denmark and the southern region of Sweden, which are connected the Øresund Bridge.
Situated in the very heart of Copenhagen’s most vibrant business, entertainment and retail district, The Trinity Quarter enjoys the very best of what the inner city-centre of Copenhagen has to offer. Trinity Quarter benefits from a strategic location adjacent to the Rundetårn (Round Tower), one of Copenhagen’s most recognisable tourist attractions. With retail frontage onto Købmagergade, and at the mid-point between the Amagertorv Square and Nørreport Stationns Nytorv, Trinity Quarter is redefining the heart of the city.
Over the last decade, Købmagergade has become Copenhagen’s most desirable pitch for international retailers. International brands have been attracted to the 2015 redevelopment of Illum presenting brands such as Tod’s Shoes, Valentino and Saint Laurent as well as the more recent transformation of Postgaarden to include Europe’s first Arket store as well as Asics and Sephora. All this as the public realm has been reimagined to create one of Europe’s liveliest pedestrian-only retail streets. The street benefits from a number of footfall generators including the ever-increasing number of tourists which pass along the street and the always growing number of Danes who choose to call central Copenhagen home.
Located within 200 metres of Trinity Quarter on Købmagergade, Nørreport Station is Denmark’s busiest transport hub, serving 250,000 people daily. Located in fare zone 1, it serves lines M1 and M2 of the Metro, most S-train lines, regional trains to Zealand and southern Sweden, intercity trains to Esbjerg and international trains to Malmö and Gothenburg, Sweden. It is also the bus terminus for the centre of the city. Following the recent completion of the Cityringen metro line the footfall is expected to further increase.
KØBMAGERGADE IS THE HIGHEST FOOTFALL PEDESTRIAN STREET IN COPENHAGEN