The Sampension community invests in housing in Holbæk

30 August 2022

The Sampension community is investing in 71 rental homes that are currently being built in Holbæk Have, which FB Gruppen A/S is transforming into a new, green district in the middle of Holbæk.

The Sampension community is now expanding its investments in residential properties. This is done with an investment in 71 new rental homes in Holbæk.

The homes will be built in the development area Holbæk Have, which is Holbæk’s former sports area, and where a new, modern residential area is now being established in green surroundings. Until 2030, it is expected that the area will be expanded with additional apartment buildings and terraced houses, which will help to create a well-established residential area in Holbæk.

Holbæk Have will be built in stages. The first stage is under construction and includes the property that the Sampension community has invested in. The property contains 71 family homes spread over two buildings and with a total area of ​​approx. 5,265 m2.

“We are pleased with this investment, which is part of the strategy to develop our portfolio of directly owned properties. This is an attractive investment opportunity in a modern property in a new, green development area in the center of Holbæk. We expect that there will be great interest in the rental properties and that the investment will provide a reasonable return,” says Torbjørn Lange, head of properties and infrastructure at the Sampension community.

The property, which is named Bellis Hus, is being built by the project developer group FB Gruppen A/S, which is responsible for the entire development in Holbæk Have. FB Gruppen has previously developed and delivered a housing project for the Sampension community – Ringparkhuset in Roskilde, which is today fully let.

Source: Sampension
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