Deutsche Finance International (DFI) has acquired a €100m development in Copenhagen on behalf of a newly created micro-living real estate investment strategy in Denmark.
The pan-European private equity real estate investor said the Danish micro-living strategy, which targets a €300m portfolio, has agreed to forward fund the 350 rental unit project scheduled for completion in the second half of 2024.
The strategy will target purpose-built small, self-contained homes for rent.
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